Where Are the Best Places to Grab Tacos in Tulsa?

April 28, 2016

Tacos_Tulsa.jpgWhether you’re new to Tulsa or a long-timer, keeping up with the best Mexican restaurants in the city can be difficult. Tulsa is home to several pubs, stands, trucks, and cafes serving tacos, and we've rounded up a few for you to check out.

1. Fat Daddy
8056 S Memorial Dr

Fat Daddy's Pub and Grille offers some typical pub and burger fare— but it also offers inexpensive and delicious tacos. If you go on Tuesdays, you can get 55 cent tacos as part of their Taco Tuesday special. Best of all, because their menu is so diverse, if you go with a group of people who don't want tacos (if that's even possible), everyone in the group will be able to find something they like to eat.

2. Mr. Tacos
130 N Lewis Ave

Late night eats on your mind? Go to Mr. Tacos for carne asada, tamales, tostadas, and lesser-known meats such as buche and lengua. Prices run from a couple of bucks into the teens for specialty dishes like shrimp cocktails. The restaurant is informal—an order-at-the-window type of place—but it's excellent for a quick meal before you head home after a night out.

3. El Refugio Azteca
4110 S Garnett Rd

If you're craving tacos at lunch instead of late at night, El Refugio Azteca Super Taqueria has several lunch specials such as three soft tacos, rice, beans, and soda for a little over $5. You can order a la carte as well, or choose from side dishes like soup. Lunch at this location runs until late afternoon, so there's no need to rush your order of tacos!

4. Los Unicos
3409 E Admiral Place

With great lunch specials, roasted corn, customizable tacos, tortas, and enchiladas, Los Unicos is the place to go if you like to change up the ingredients in your food. The restaurant offers big plates for small prices, and also has hamburgers and hot dogs for when you aren’t in the mood for tacos.

There is no shortage of great tacos in Tulsa. Do you have a favorite place to go? Let us know what it is in the comments!

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