taqueria

ta·que·ri·a

 (tä′kə-rē′ə)
n.
A place where tacos, burritos, and other Mexican dishes are made and sold.

[American Spanish taquería, from taco, taco; see taco.]

taqueria

(ˌtækəˈriːə)
n
(Cookery) Mexican cookery US a restaurant specializing in tacos
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First opened in 2007 as a neighborhood taqueria on Divisadero Street in the Lower Haight, The Little Chihuahua is one of the hottest taquerias to emerge from San Francisco's diverse, culinary landscape.
A year later, while still keeping his gig at the oyster bar, he partnered with his husband, Jose Viera, and his sister, Leticia Calleja, to open Reyna's Taqueria. Reynas is a fast-casual joint that replicates the recipes of the Callejas' mother, known as "Dona Reyna," in the town of Matamoros, southeast of Mexico City.
Olshan Properties announced that popular taqueria Tacombi has signed a 15-year lease at 173 West 78th street in Manhattan's tony upper West Side district.
Beef options at Lilly's Taqueria range from lengua (tongue) to tripe; you can't beat the juicy carne asada and a Mexican Coke.
Taco Tequila Kombat was created by Charleston, SC's Taco & Tequila expert/ Rebel Taqueria owner Lewis Kesaris and backed by Lunazul Tequila four year's and running.
Cottonwood Heights -- In a world dominated by corporate taco chains, Susan Harris and Manuel Valdez, owner and manager of LONE STAR TAQUERIA, decided to put their heads together and bring real Mexican-style tacos to the Salt Lake Valley.
Jesus and Veronica Rivera, owners and operators of Little Rock's popular Taqueria Samantha food trucks, rolled out their third movable Mexican food venue, Taqueria Samantha III, last Wednesday.
While work is still proceeding on the new Belly restaurant next door to San Fillipo, Belly Taqueria already is up and running, Mahaney said.
Ken and Angelica Selvidge first opened their taqueria five years ago in Spokane.
Pinche Taqueria opened its third location at 986 Second Avenue, at 52nd Street, last night.