10 Places To Get Great Tacos In Jacksonville

10 Places To Get Great Tacos In Jacksonville

The Mexican food in Jacksonville is so good, we need to taco ‘bout it. When Tuesday rolls around and you need to get your taco fix, there are numerous options to choose from. It can get a little overwhelming so we narrowed it down to a handful of awesome spots that will not disappoint. Here are ten places to get great tacos in Jacksonville, Florida.

10. Olio

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The fish tacos at Olio are famous for a reason. They’re made with blackened tilapia, mandarin salsa, shredded cabbage, and cilantro-lime cream on soft flour tortillas. You’ll have weekly cravings for these bad boys, trust us.  

9. Lola’s Burrito & Burger Joint

 

Sometimes all you want for brunch is to get your taco on. Lola’s Burrito & Burger Joint can help you with just that, their breakfast taco plate consists of three tacos with scrambled eggs and a Latin cheese blend with applewood smoked bacon.

8. Mr. Taco

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It doesn’t get much more authentic than Mr. Taco. You can choose between chorizo, smoked chicken, veggie, fish, shrimp, and bean, among others. Be sure to get an aqua fresca with your order. Is your mouth watering yet?

7. Jimmy Hula’s

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The selection at Jimmy Hula’s is incomparable. They have a taco for every taste bud. The ‘Wipeout’ is made with steak, shrimp, fries, jack cheese, avocado, and baja sauce. The ‘Tree Hugger’, on the other hand, boasts mushrooms, zucchini, onion, black beans, cotija, and crema.

6. Corner Taco

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Corner Taco pride themselves on their “semi-swanky street food”. Their tacos are definitely on another level, think dijon buttermilk fried chicken, and local tempeh with sweet chili and lemon. Don’t miss out on their house made sriracha or their cheap craft beers.

5. Burrito Gallery

 

The tacos, along with the prices, at Burrito Gallery will have you coming back to this hip place again and again. With options like Cajun mahi, curry chicken, teriyaki tofu, grilled veggies, or carnitas, you really can’t go wrong.

4. Pepe’s Hacienda

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Pepe’s Hacienda does traditional and fresh Mexican the right way. Their entire menu is noteworthy and delicious, but their tacos stand out against the rest. You can choose from flour or corn taco shells, and the options for yummy fillings are seemingly endless.

3. Mossfire Grill

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Mossfire Grill blends together new American and southwest cuisine like it’s nobody’s business, serving up killer tacos for lunch and dinner. Their ‘Ranch Burger Taco’ features ranch seasoned ground beef served in a crunchy blue corn tortilla. The ‘Pacific Rim Tuna Taco’ is made with togarashi seared yellowfin tuna.  

2. Hightide Burrito Co.

 

Hightide Burrito Co. is a traditional Mexican joint that puts a tasty twist on their eclectic menu items. Their street tacos are made with hand-pressed corn tortillas. And their beloved breakfast tacos boast Mexican chorizo.

    1. Tijuana Flats

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With several locations across Jacksonville, Tijuana Flats is a fan favorite and a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Their moniker alone is reason enough to dine here; “We don’t serve you garbage and we never treat you like trash”. But if that’s not enough to convince you, their tacos are seriously amazing.

 

 

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