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Check out the Menu for Tejas, Bishop Arts’s New All-Day Taco Destination

Have tacos for breakfast, lunch, or dinner at this Texas-obsessed newcomer

Braised chicken tacos on flour tortillas garnished with pickled onion and cilantro on a silver tray. Pink prickly pear margarita in the background.
Braised chicken tacos and prickly pear margaritas await
Exxir Hospitality [Official Photo]
Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Tejas, a new all-day destination for tacos, has officially arrived in the Bishop Arts District.

The restaurant opened its doors at 250 North Bishop Street on Wednesday, bringing a Texas-obsessed dining option to the neighborhood. It’s the third of four new spots to debut at this address from Exxir Hospitality, who just opened neighboring restaurant Paradiso and cocktail bar Botanist earlier this month.

The menu for Tejas, overseen by chef Nick Hurry, boasts eggs sourced from Dallas, corn tortillas made in Oak Cliff, and grapefruits from McAllen. Those ingredients are made into dishes like chorizo and egg breakfast tacos that are served all day long, vegan Beyond burgers, and of course, queso. On the cocktail menu, find classic Texas cocktails like the Ranch Water (vodka, lime, Topo Chico) and a prickly pear margarita. Pretty much everything on the menu is priced at less than $7.

Before heading to Tejas for tacos and margs, scope out the menu below. The restaurant is open daily from 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.