All About Street Tacos
Everybody loves tacos! However, not everyone knows about the history of the taco. To learn all about street tacos, keep reading.
Origins of the Taco
Today, when we think of tacos, we think of the tasty food wrapped in a tortilla shell and packed with meat and toppings. However, this is not always what the word taco implied. Before the 19th century, the word taco referred to an explosive used in Mexican silver mines.
How Was The First Taco Made?
The very first Mexican street tacos only included meat, onions, cilantro, salsa, and a corn tortilla. It wasn’t until tacos grew in popularity in the United States that the food included lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese. The most popular meats used in authentic street tacos are carne asada, al pastor, carnitas, and barbacoa.
Try Authentic Mexican Tacos at Jalisco Mexican Grill
If you’re craving authentic Mexican street tacos, Jalisco Mexican Grill is the place to go! Our tacos are made with a shell, beef, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese. You have your choice of switching out the beef for grilled chicken or steak, or you can remove the meat altogether and order a guacamole taco.
Our guacamole taco is made with lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, and guacamole in a taco shell. In addition to our tacos, we also serve popular Mexican cuisine like fajitas, enchiladas, burritos, quesadillas, and more–and don’t forget to wash down your meal with one of our margaritas during happy hour Tuesday-Sunday from 3 pm to 7 pm!
Satisfy your craving for tacos by visiting Jalisco Mexican Grill. We are open from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. You can find us at 8389 S. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota, FL.