TACOCRAFT is a semi-authentic boutique taqueria & tequila bar. The name TACOCRAFT came about the by the way they make their tacos. Every tortilla is hand-crafted by Mexican senoras who have been taught by their mothers and grandmothers. Tacocraft features modern interpretations of street food classics and utilizes the best available local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Located directly in the heart of the vibrant downtown scene, tacocraft instills an urban feel while showcasing street art and hand painted murals thru out the space. Local wynwood” street artist Ruben Ubiera was commissioned to create urban elements and street-style graffiti art that makes the space playful and inviting. Tacocraft first location is in Fort Lauderdale and now they’ve opened their 2nd location at 5829 SW 73rd St, South Miami. Here is more information about Tacocraft :
According to Urban Daddy :
“The original location: Fort Lauderdale. Which can be a tad inconvenient to get to on pretty much any day ending with a Y. So they’ve commandeered a cozy corner down in South Miami and turned it into a lively spot for you and your friends to enjoy tacos and 120 different tequilas. And they’ve chosen to house all of that in a space with railroad ties that’ve been fashioned into chandeliers and murals of Pancho Villa and a sexy female sugar skull. Hey, it works. But about those tacos—you’ll find the standards like carne asada, short rib and tuna. But also, a rotating list of daily specials that might include an oyster po’boy or lobster tempura version. You can also opt for one of their giant burritos on the patio while drinking a citrus-chili margarita made with orange, lime and one of those 120 tequilas.”
According to Eater :
“The grand exodus to Miami is underway. The latest restaurant to cross the border is JEY Hospitality’s TacoCraft Taqueria & Tequila Bar, which opened a Miami outpost last week right across from another restaurant of theirs, ROK:BRGR, at 5829 SW 73 Street. The 3,000 square-foot space offers both indoor and outdoor seating along with brightly decorated interiors like its Fort Lauderdale location featuring street art and hand painted murals created by local artist, Ruben Ubiera. On the menu expect all the dishes that made it a hit in the 9-5-4 like ten different varieties of tacos, a quesadilla bar and 150 types of tequila and mezcal, along with new to Miami items like oxtail empanadas. The restaurant also offers up a weekday happy hour, taco Tuesday specials, Sunday brunch and a late night taco window open on the weekends until 4 a.m. ” written by Olee Fowler.
According to WSVN :
“Sometimes, you get that craving and nothing can hit the spot quite like Mexican food. You know, tacos, burritos, nachos, tequila… Now, a Fort Lauderdale hotspot is coming to South Miami. Deco got to sample the handmade goodness of Tacocraft. For over a year, downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Tacocraft has been serving up Mexican fare to a hungry crowd. Now, the party is heading south. Tacocraft South Miami is open for business.”
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