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Taco Joint - Lincoln Park

1969 N Halsted, Chicago

$7 for $15 Worth of Mexican Fare and Drinks at Taco Joint in Lincoln Park

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  • Nine signature tacos
  • More than 50 tequilas
  • Specialty margaritas
  • Imported beer on tap

Customer Reviews

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Jilltop reviewer
6 ratings6 reviews
April 18, 2012
Carolyntop reviewer
18 ratings5 reviews
January 17, 2019
Wonderful food. Fantastic service - Monica V was so nice! Highly recommend!
Eddietop reviewer
19 ratings5 reviews
November 19, 2018
Love this venue. The deals are great.
Jacktop reviewerhelpful reviewer
448 ratings399 reviews
November 13, 2017
Good food and service!!!
Marissatop reviewer
13 ratings7 reviews
February 1, 2017
Upon arriving our hostess was rude and said they were full and asked if we wanted to wait. We said we would wait and we were seated within minutes. Our waiter was exceptional. We just didn't appreciate the hostess trying to get us to leave.
Squiretop reviewer
40 ratings11 reviews
February 1, 2017
good experience there - it was a little crowded however the manager and the servers were able to get us seated and handled. I will be back!
8 ratings2 reviews
January 31, 2017
Great good, tasty margaritas, and awesome service!
ghostfacetop reviewer
35 ratings11 reviews
January 30, 2017
Great place
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About This Deal

Before tacos were used in Mexican cooking, they were used to teach children how to tell the difference between hard and soft cover books. Enjoy the taco in its tastiest role with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of Mexican fare, margaritas, and beer at Taco Joint in Lincoln Park.

The cuisine team at Taco Joint distributes menus depicting authentic Mexican tacos and street fare inside walls depicting colorful murals. The barbacoa, a culinary tradition of central Mexico and the northern parts of Poland, satiates beef cravings with braised brisket and flavorfies dinner-demolishing devices with cilantro, onion, and roasted jalapeno salsa ($3). The ceviche taco abbreviates hunger pains with a bonanza of citrus-cured tilapia, tomato, cilantro, red onion, roasted red pepper, orange, and avocado over a crispy tortilla floor ($2). Stomachs in want of sustenance can also obtain south-of-the-border succor with Mexican-street-fare-inspired hongos huaraches, a flatbread dish speckled with sauteed mushrooms and roasted corn ($5).

Guests can quash liquid longings by sipping specialty margaritas— concocted with more than 50 Blue Agave tequilas— such as the Zocalo margarita, which unites Lunazul Blanco tequila with triple sec and lime juice ($7).

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 5 or more. Limit 1 per visit. Valid toward alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid on 5/5/11. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Taco Joint

Head chef Edgar Torres and his kitchen crew bedeck handmade corn tortillas with braised meats, homemade salsa, and fresh vegetables. Frosty imported brews tower over steaming tacos and tortas, and more than 50 tequilas made with blue agave serve as the foundation for margaritas and cocktails. Frequent visitors snag favored firewaters from rented tequila lockers to fuel revelry over plates of barbacoa tacos, which the Chicago Sun-Times called an "instant hit."

Natural wood accents, distressed walls, and festive murals parade rural color, and waiters deliver water in liquor-bottle-shaped decanters with oversize shot glasses for quick imbibing. Tendrils of mouthwatering aromas tickle passersby late into the evening, drifting from overstuffed tacos that reporters from Where reported "wowed" taste buds.