taco stand


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taco stand

(ˈtɑko...)
n. a lousy place; a tacky place. It’s time to get out of this taco stand and go somewhere decent.
See also: stand, taco
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Every taco stand has at least three different kinds and the great thing about real tacos is that you build them up yourself.
My personal favourite is the taco stand and the cart that prepares fresh hot churros.
At any rate, several months ago I was having lunch at my favorite taco stand in Bradenton, the one in the parking lot of the Samoset Market, when I started to palpitate violently and felt I might keel over.
Not only has the chain offended gun lovers by asking them not to openly display their firearms in its dining rooms, but now management has ticked off what few Mexicans hadn't already vowed to despise Chipotle for elevating the humble taco stand to something that has about as much cultural relevance to Mexico as Taco Bell.
She then plans to open a fish taco stand and make it into an international business.
And if you really want a takeaway, there's also a taco stand, which will serve food for those on the move from a separate opening at the side of the restaurant.
8220;Everyone should be concerned about their image online, whether you are a multi-national company or the owner of the taco stand on the corner,” FindMyCompany's Marketing Manager Leslie Reeves said.
David Carr, writing about MinnPost recently in the New York Times, said our finances resembled those of a successful taco stand.
A new taco stand has opened at the corner of Metropolitan and Bedford in Williamsburg.
This taco stand can be present on other nights of the week as well, but each night, plan one or two meals for the customer so that many on-the-go parents can literally walk in and pick up dinner as opposed to stopping at a fast food establishment.
To wit, the famous coffee talk between Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, their only scene of dialogue together in their storied careers, was nearly staged at a roadside taco stand rather than the sleek and note-perfect Kate Mantilini restaurant.
There's a new little general store in Owensboro, La Reina de Mexico, catering to Latinos: Tienda, taqueria, y caniceria 100% Mexicana, it advertises under the big Mexican flag over its front door--Store, taco stand and meat market 100 percent Mexican.
Where much recent work (from Olav Westphalen to Daniel Joseph Martinez) has focused on fringe elements like the Unabomber, Davis's "politics" are mundane to the point of absurdity: A taco stand is painted with text declaring ONE PEOPLE, ONE NATION, ONE TACO, ONE DESTINY.
As the reviews all proclaim, this little taco stand at 622 N Milpas St (805/963-4940) was Julia Child's favorite restaurant in Santa Barbara.