Bartaco’s First Texas Location Is Open

Dallas Eater
Written by: Adele Chapin

If sesame ribeye tacos with kimchi or roasted duck quesadillas with tomatillo sauce sound like a great meal, plan a trip to Fort Worth’s new Bartaco. The street-food-focused chain just opened its first Texas location, opting for Fort Worth’s WestBend along the Trinity River.

Bartaco’s entrees are under the $10 mark, with tacos ringing in at $2.50 and $3.50 and sides priced at $2.50. Check out the Forth Worth location’s menu here. Besides tacos and rice bowls, Bartacos’ bar is stocked with 40 tequilas including its own special blend, Libélula tequila.

The restaurant’s decor is designed to make diners feel like they’re in a beach shack somewhere in Brazil, Uruguay or Southern California. Decor details include blue-and-white tile from Mexico, garage doors that open to an outdoor bar, and 1940s-era pendant lights from Round Top, Texas.

The restaurant is located at 1701 River Run, Suite. 183 in Fort Worth, and daily hours are 11 a.m. to “late.”

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