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Tacodeli’s Fourth DFW Location Debuts Next Week in Plano

The Austin export will have its sustainably sourced tacos on deck

Tacodeli’s portobello, chicken, and sirloin tacos.
Photo by Kathy Tran

Tacodeli, the Austin export for sustainably sourced tacos, is opening a second Plano outpost next week.

The brand already operates 10 locations in Texas, and this newest debut at 2401 Preston Road will be the fourth for DFW. The company built its brand on more than 40 different taco varieties which use sustainable ingredients like organic, humanely raised pork; chicken that’s raised without antibiotics and on all-vegetarian feed; and seafood that’s sourced sustainably.

The new outpost will introduce the Preston Road and W. Park Boulevard shopping area to a massive menu of breakfast and lunch options, including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free varieties inspired by traditional Mexican street tacos from owner Robert Espinosa’s heritage. The Texas expansion will continue as more Tacodeli locations from Espinosa and his partner Eric Wilkerson are slated for the Austin area over the next year.

Tacodeli opens next Wednesday, July 25 and will operate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., opening an hour later on Saturday and Sunday.

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