Definition of taqueria
: a Mexican restaurant specializing especially in tacos and burritos
Recent Examples of taqueria from the Web
Garcia's Latin Market Part retail space and part taqueria, this market brings Latin flair downtown.
TAQUERIA EL ATORADERO Denisse Lina Chavez and Noah Arenstein are increasing their presence in Brooklyn with the addition of this Mexico City-style taqueria, with specialties like tacos topped with French fries and combination chorizo-cheese tacos.
Nothing about the space seems all that different from hundreds of other taquerias scattered around the city.
On the streets of downtown Woodburn – which resembles a Mexican town in many ways, with numerous taquerias, signs written in Spanish and wall murals – people are excited about Alonso’s election.
The group will then be treated to restorative handmade tortillas at a private Cozumel taqueria.
Try it with Choza's carnitas, created by Chef Akhtar Nawab, who started the taqueria with restaurateur Matt Wagman.
La Fiesta is a traditional sit-down dining experience, while La Taqueria is an authentic Taqueria and music venue.
Broken English The taqueria's new Lincoln Park location has a dog-friendly patio seating 100 people at a mix of highboys and picnic tables.
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Origin and Etymology of taqueria
Mexican Spanish, from taco taco
First Known Use: 1982See Words from the same year
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