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10 Outstanding Breakfast Burritos and Tacos in Dallas

Breakfast is better when wrapped in a tortilla

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Tacos are perfect for any meal, but the breakfast taco is a particularly special offering. This combination of eggs, meat, potato, and cheese wrapped in a soft tortilla may in fact be the perfect breakfast food. And thankfully, Dallas is home to plenty of excellent breakfast tacos.

Whether in search of a basic breakfast taco with chef-driven ingredients is in order or a traditional, taqueria-style offering, these ten breakfast tacos and burritos will cure any craving.

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Tacolicious

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It isn’t anything fancy, but this strip mall superstar turns out massive traditional Tex-Mex breakfast tacos on the cheap. The combination of egg, sausage, and jalapeno are somehow more heavenly when tucked into one of these tortillas.

Luna's Tortillas

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Luna’s has been making their tortillas and tacos since 1924, so they know exactly how to make the perfect simple breakfast taco. There are just four options – chorizo, bacon, or potato with egg and spicy bean and cheese – but that’s plenty. Order one of each Tuesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for breakfast taco bliss.

Velvet Taco

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Velvet Taco’s breakfast tacos are a bit wilder than the average taqueria’s options. Try the chicken and waffle taco, a concoction with crisp chicken tenders, peppered bacon, peppercorn gravy, green apple slaw, maple syrup, red chile aioli, and chives on a waffle tortilla. There’s also the shrimp and grits taco, with blackened shrimp, creole remoulade, crispy pepper jack cheese grits, charred tomato salsa, and micro cilantro on a corn tortilla. Check out these tacos at Velvet Taco’s nine locations in the DFW area.

Velvet Taco’s chicken and waffle taco
Velvet Taco

El Come Taco

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El Come Taco’s lunch options are stellar, but they might be even better at breakfast. Add avocado to the chorizo and egg taco and it’s practically a healthy meal. It’s not a taco, but Come Taco’s breakfast torta is also definitely worth ordering.

Tacos la Banqueta

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La Banqueta is one of Dallas’ best taquerias, so why not check out their breakfast offerings? There are only three options – potato-egg, chorizo-egg, and bacon-egg, and ordering one of each is practically a requirement. Wash it all down with a massive cup of La Banqueta’s delicious horchata.

La Victoria's Restaurant

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La Victoria’s stuffed beyond belief breakfast burritos are the stuff of legend. The Zack Attack is a must-order, inspired by one of La Victoria’s most devoted regulars. It’s loaded down with enough eggs, refried beans, jalapeno, potatoes, and bacon to probably serve as two meals.

Taco Joint

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At Taco Joint, there’s a breakfast taco option for pretty much everyone. Healthy eaters can go for egg whites and black beans with salsa, or go all-out with refried beans, potatoes, eggs, and plenty of glorious cheese. Don’t sleep on the spicy braised pork and egg taco, either.

La Ventana

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It might be a tiny taqueria, but La Ventana is a pretty massive taco operation. The breakfast tacos here are served on tortillas made freshly every single damn day, and that may be the most important part of the equation. Fill one with scrambled eggs, chorizo or bacon and potato, resulting in a killer breakfast taco for $2.50, or a delicious breakfast burrito for $6.50.

Tacodeli

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This Austin import is famous for its breakfast tacos. Stuff a tortilla with Tacodeli's ridiculous assortment of fillings (well, at least four of them) for around $3. Feeling indecisive and want something healthy? Go with The Vaquero, eggs scrambled with grilled corn, roasted peppers, and jack cheese.

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Milagro Tacos Cantina

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Chef Jesus Carmona of Tacos Mariachi fame started a new restaurant in 2021 devoted to Tijuana-style street food. Breakfast tacos make an appearance during weekend brunch, including a version with scrambled eggs, chile con queso, and fresh avocado. 

Tacolicious

It isn’t anything fancy, but this strip mall superstar turns out massive traditional Tex-Mex breakfast tacos on the cheap. The combination of egg, sausage, and jalapeno are somehow more heavenly when tucked into one of these tortillas.

Luna's Tortillas

Luna’s has been making their tortillas and tacos since 1924, so they know exactly how to make the perfect simple breakfast taco. There are just four options – chorizo, bacon, or potato with egg and spicy bean and cheese – but that’s plenty. Order one of each Tuesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for breakfast taco bliss.

Velvet Taco

Velvet Taco’s chicken and waffle taco
Velvet Taco

Velvet Taco’s breakfast tacos are a bit wilder than the average taqueria’s options. Try the chicken and waffle taco, a concoction with crisp chicken tenders, peppered bacon, peppercorn gravy, green apple slaw, maple syrup, red chile aioli, and chives on a waffle tortilla. There’s also the shrimp and grits taco, with blackened shrimp, creole remoulade, crispy pepper jack cheese grits, charred tomato salsa, and micro cilantro on a corn tortilla. Check out these tacos at Velvet Taco’s nine locations in the DFW area.

Velvet Taco’s chicken and waffle taco
Velvet Taco

El Come Taco

El Come Taco’s lunch options are stellar, but they might be even better at breakfast. Add avocado to the chorizo and egg taco and it’s practically a healthy meal. It’s not a taco, but Come Taco’s breakfast torta is also definitely worth ordering.

Tacos la Banqueta

La Banqueta is one of Dallas’ best taquerias, so why not check out their breakfast offerings? There are only three options – potato-egg, chorizo-egg, and bacon-egg, and ordering one of each is practically a requirement. Wash it all down with a massive cup of La Banqueta’s delicious horchata.

La Victoria's Restaurant

La Victoria’s stuffed beyond belief breakfast burritos are the stuff of legend. The Zack Attack is a must-order, inspired by one of La Victoria’s most devoted regulars. It’s loaded down with enough eggs, refried beans, jalapeno, potatoes, and bacon to probably serve as two meals.

Taco Joint

At Taco Joint, there’s a breakfast taco option for pretty much everyone. Healthy eaters can go for egg whites and black beans with salsa, or go all-out with refried beans, potatoes, eggs, and plenty of glorious cheese. Don’t sleep on the spicy braised pork and egg taco, either.

La Ventana

It might be a tiny taqueria, but La Ventana is a pretty massive taco operation. The breakfast tacos here are served on tortillas made freshly every single damn day, and that may be the most important part of the equation. Fill one with scrambled eggs, chorizo or bacon and potato, resulting in a killer breakfast taco for $2.50, or a delicious breakfast burrito for $6.50.

Tacodeli

Tacodeli

This Austin import is famous for its breakfast tacos. Stuff a tortilla with Tacodeli's ridiculous assortment of fillings (well, at least four of them) for around $3. Feeling indecisive and want something healthy? Go with The Vaquero, eggs scrambled with grilled corn, roasted peppers, and jack cheese.

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Milagro Tacos Cantina

Chef Jesus Carmona of Tacos Mariachi fame started a new restaurant in 2021 devoted to Tijuana-style street food. Breakfast tacos make an appearance during weekend brunch, including a version with scrambled eggs, chile con queso, and fresh avocado. 

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