taco spots in greenville

Taco ’bout tacos

Journal readers weigh in on the best taco spots for Oct. 4th’s National Taco Day

White Duck Taco Shop serves seriously fast, low-cost fare

The taco shop’s quick service time is just as much a signature feature as the crispy pork belly with pickled watermelon rind taco.

Taco Tuesday Takeover coming to Anchorage

Traditional tacos, along with vegetarian and gluten free options, will be available.

Inaugural Tacos n’ Tequila Fiesta debuts Sunday

Aside from sampling all of the tacos and cocktails, activities include the Bartender Battle and Chef’s Taco Challenge, during which local bartenders and chefs will go head-to-head to create the best tasting custom cocktails and tacos.

Tacos n’ Tequila Fiesta announced for April at Old Cigar Warehouse

Tapping into the region’s growing appreciation and love for tacos and good tequila, High Spirits Events is hosting the first Tacos n’ Tequila Fiesta in downtown Greenville presented by Lunazul 100% Agave Tequila.

Asheville’s Neo Burrito finds a home in the Village of West Greenville

The 50-plus-seat restaurant will be shot-gun style similar in concept to a Chipotle or Moe’s, with the open kitchen and assembly line on the right, a chalkboard menu, a concrete bar with seating on the left, a few seats outward facing to the street and mezzanine-level seating.

Willy Taco Feed & Seed opens, lives up to the hype

You know you’re in for a good lunch hour at the brand-spankin’ new Willy Taco, 217 Laurens Road, when the server hands you the tequila menu while giving a detailed explanation of the best anejo and reposado before even mentioning the food. Oh, yeah, by the way, there are tacos. But back to the tequila . . .

Hail to the Taco Night

Baby planning means finding fast and flavorful recipes – with help from the first lady

A love letter to tacos

Tacos are just about the most perfect form of food. I’m typically not one to make broad pronouncements, but truly, if I had a personal motto or a family crest, it might be something like, “For God, country, and tacos.”