The authentically Mexican recipe is pulled directly from owner Ricardo Leon's friend's taco cart.
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The regional chain uses simple ingredients to create a new flavor experience with this chicken-based taco.
The Lakewood restaurant and supermarket is the place to go for delicious, authentic tacos filled with barbacoa, lengua and more.
The owner of the Ohio City spot has built his restaurant around trying to capture the flavor of Mexico in a way Clevelanders will like.
The ever-expanding Latin- and Los Angeles-inspired restaurant group, which started in 2019, features a menu filled with unique and flavorful dishes.
With taco shells flavored from juice from the meat, these tacos in Painesville give each patron a fresh and unique experience.
After being born and raised in California, Mamacita's owner Monica Hally brings out her background in West Coast flavor in the Baja beer tacos.
The Ohio City restaurant's owner Rafael Ayala brings huitlacoche, sometimes called "a Mexican truffle," to Cleveland.
This Sandusky taco spot's combination of juicy lobster pieces and Mexican spices will turn your taste buds on their head — in a good way.
Originally a sandwich, owner Samuel Lavictoire decided to try his banh mi recipe as a taco. Spoiler alert: it worked.
The choice between a corn and flour tortilla shouldn't be an afterthought — it makes or breaks your taco.
Pineapple, cilantro and Sriracha work perfectly with teriyaki-marinated grilled chicken in this Japanese and Mexican mashup.