Ten tacos vendors will be on-site with drinks and live entertainment.
The locally owned taco shop officially opened for business today.
King Taco, one of the most ubiquitous taco chains in the region, is now turning 45 today—and to celebrate, every single location will be offering 50 cent tacos.
After initial hopes of opening this past summer never materialized, Long Beach Taco Company is moving forward with plans to break into the Long Beach, putting the final touches onto its downtown gourmet taco joint at the southeast corner of 1st and Linden.
With Long Beach’s seemingly-endless supply of sit-down, walk-up, family-style, fast-food, chain or mom-and-pop Mexican joints, every day is Taco Day.
Make no mistake, Long Beach: Mexican food is becoming more and more legit as our foodie culture becomes more and more legit—but part of that culture remains largely hidden not just because we’re geographically expansive but many of the best spots are drive-by-and-you’ll-miss-it type places.
All hail the King! King Taco is celebrating its 41st birthday with 50 percent off tacos—and the offer’s good all day.
The winner of Alegria’s first Great American Taco Challenge is Rigoberto Ruiz by way of West Covina, whose Jicama Shrimp Taco, piled with perfectly cooked cold shrimp, avocado, mango, onion, a drizzle of a chile aioli and a liberal dash of chile powder wooed the judges (including this writer).