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Fort Worth Food Truck Taco Heads is Going Brick and Mortar

The upcoming restaurant will have a full bar and a rooftop patio.

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Another local food truck is putting down roots. Taco Heads plans to open a brick and mortar location at South Main Village, a transitioning area just south of downtown Fort Worth.

Founder Sarah Castillo launched the first Taco Heads trailer in 2010 and later added another truck, which can be regularly found stationed outside Avoca Coffee. The truck specializes in simple tacos with fillings like brisket, carnitas, and pulled chicken with optional accoutrement such as avocado, slaw, and grilled jalapenos, plus breakfast tacos with the traditional egg, potato, cheese, and bacon or chorizo.

Per the report from Near Southside, the brick-and-mortar restaurant will have an expanded menu with elotes, ceviche, and more taco options. Taco Heads is also planning "a full bar, Saturday and Sunday brunch, and a rooftop bar that will overlook the downtown skyline."

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