Bright and busy Hooters-meets-beachy taco & beers joint.
What we had:
Three soft corn tortillas filled with carne asada, pico de gallo, avocado salsa verde, radish, cilantro, queso fresco and lime.
Three soft flour tortillas with strips of blackened chicken, queso fresco, radish, roasted corn, pico de gallo and southwest sauce
Both tacos were good. Tijuana Taxi was aiming for gringo food with an authentic Mexican spin, and hit the nail on the head. Both tacos were flavorful and delicious, and the refried beans were either cleverly-disguised canned or fresh, we couldn't tell which. The rice wasn't great, but it tasted like it had at least seen tomato, so that's a plus.
Nice and fresh table salsa.
Overloaded bright and festive kitch, with riotous colors and a half beetle taxi on the wall. Kind of an ex-pat party bar in Mexico feel.
The waitresses are also in Hooters-style booty shorts.
A great place to grab a drink and watch the game, hit the patio for some late-night fun or stop in for lunch.
3.75 out of 5 salamanders
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