Top 3 Taco Tuesday Spots in San Diego
It may be the start of the week, but you will always have one good reason to appreciate Tuesdays – the tacos. San Diego has an amazing Taco Tuesday tradition, with numerous restaurants taking the art of taco and salsa making dead serious. Tuesdays are days in which San Diegans and tourists alike can appreciate the influence that our neighbor across the border has had on the culinary culture of San Diego.
But Taco Tuesday wouldn’t be nearly as eventful if it wasn’t cheap. How often can stuff your belly with delicious tacos and drinks for under $10? Only once a week – that is why below we have compiled a list for you to take advantage of living in San Diego and enjoy the best Taco Tuesday this nation has to offer.
La Puerta serves savory carne asada, carnitas, pollo, cochinita, pastor-style pork or ranchero shrimp for only $2 each. If you want something different this Tuesday, La Puerta also serves “T.J. style” hot dogs for $2 each. Enjoy a Downtown atmosphere without having to break your piggy bank this Tuesday at La Puerta.
Specials: $2 tacos, Tecate and Tecate Light, and Hot dogs
Time: 3 p.m.–close
Address: 560 Fourth Avenue, Gaslamp Quarter
Talk about variety! PB Bar and Grill offers over 5 different types of tacos and half off Mexican entrees. This place has a relaxed bar atmosphere, with outdoor seating. With tacos starting at $1.95, you will find yourself in taco heaven.
Specials: $1.95 tacos and enchiladas. $3 Mexican bottles, $3 Frozen Margaritas.
Time: 4-8 p.m.
Address: 860 Garnet Avenue; Pacific Beach.
Old Town’s legendary Cafe Coyote is as close to Mexico as you can get, without having to cross the border…you can tell by their tacos. Cafe Coyote has a great taco selection and drink specials every Tuesday.
Specials: $1.50 cantina tacos! 9 different types of tacos from $2 to $3.
Large Margaritas $4.95, Draft beers $3.75, Specialty Shots $4.00
Time: 3:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Address: Cafe Coyote Restaurant, 2461 San Diego Avenue
Get out there and enjoy the savory salsas, the soft freshly made tortillas and the deliciousness that is a margarita to wash it all down. Happy Taco Tuesday!
What are some of your favorite Taco Tuesday spots in San Diego?