Gourmet Tacos for Two or Four at Taco Punk (Up to 45% Off)

Phoenix Hill

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In a Nutshell

Handmade masa and corn tortillas filled with beer-braised, grass-fed beef, natural Amish chicken, seasonal veggies, and Pacific cod

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with any other offers. Valid only for dinner. Valid only after 5 p.m. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $8.80 for $15 worth of gourmet tacos and sides
  • $16.50 for $30 worth of gourmet tacos and sides

Both options are valid only after 5 p.m.

After digging into an unconventional ceviche with coconut milk, avocado, popcorn, and chili ketchup ($4.95+), get your hands on some tacos stuffed with pineapple and all-natural pork ($3.75 for one, $9.95 for a platter), Yucatan-style grilled Pacific cod ($4.50 for one, $12.95 for a platter), or seasonal vegetables with pumpkinseed mole ($3.75 for one, $9.95 for a platter). The menu also features beer-infused queso dip ($4.50+) and Vegan punk ‘n’ bean soup ($2.95+).

Taco Punk

Each day at Taco Punk, Chef Gabe Sowder makes every component of his tacos anew. He mixes produce sourced from local farmer’s markets into salsas and mole, and smashes masa, corn flour, and wheat flour to make tortillas. But it's his taco fillings that stand out more than his prep methods: sustainable Pacific cod, all-natural Amish chicken, and grass-fed beef braised in Goose Island beer—all accented with hand-smashed guac or fresh salsas such as pineapple-habanero.

Chef Sowder's gourmet approach to finger food is no accident. Years spent working in upscale eateries had given him an idea: "There were people I knew who were musicians and artists who didn't have the money to come in and experience something awesome," he told Food & Dining Magazine in 2012, "So I decided to take the ideals of fine dining and apply them to the quick-service model."

As he shared in his appearance on Secrets of Louisville Chefs Live, Chef Sowder emphasizes healthy food, too: there are no deep fryers or butter-powered ovens at Taco Punk. Instead, meat and vegetable fillings are generally smoked or grilled, and none are injected with chemicals or preservatives. After a hearty and healthy meal, diners are invited to indulge in ice cream and other frozen treats from The Comfy Cow.

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