Tag Archives: Texaco

Review: SouthLake Taqueria

There are a lot of choices around downtown Dallas when it comes to gas station tacos. Drive 20 minutes north and you’ll have a difficult time finding anything other than a McDonald’s, Whataburger or Subway serving food at the pump. Fortunately coming back from a Saturday morning drive to Keller, Texas I waited at a traffic […]

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Review: Los Tapatios

If you are looking for TexMex at a gas station, Los Tapatios may be the place for you.  The reviews on Yelp and Google average 4 out of 5 stars with several reviews praising the authenticity of the food, similar to what you’ll find in Mexico (Guadalajara, Mexico I would guess based on the name […]

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Review: Taqueria Dulce

Discovering a gas station taco place is often accidental. It rarely happens on purpose.  Take for instance a drive one weekend with the family to an allergy bedding store that included a pass by a nondescript Texaco station with a small Taqueria sign off a side wall far from the road of the station. The […]

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Review: Abierto

You know a gas station takes its taqueria seriously when it invests in a lighted sign and custom awning. That’s what Abierto did when it became part of a Texaco station on Inwood in Dallas, Texas. The day I stopped by for lunch there were four people waiting for their orders and inside sat an […]

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Review: El Taco

We were coming back from Southlake, a suburb Northwest of Dallas, and were trying to get to a Costco off the Dallas North Tollway.  I was without my iPhone as it slipped out of my shirt pocket earlier in the day while pulling up my son Oscar’s pants in a Five Guys restroom landing in […]

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Tacos Rivero

Review: Tacos Rivero

Our family converted to local grass-fed meats early last year and as part of that change we made sure we found a quality small ranch when we moved to Dallas last July.  The place we found is called Burgundy Pasture Beef in Grandview, Texas. On our last drive to the ranch, I noticed we passed […]

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