This no-frills breakfast and lunch joint plies hungry diners with American and Southern eats. It’s nothing fancy, but people really love the food and the fast service. Here’s what some of our own customers have to say:
Have you ever seen a taco truck with its own air conditioned dining room? Happy Taco Truck’s owners, the Garcias, knew that adding the 700-square-foot air-conditioned dining room behind their truck was key if they wanted their business to stand out. Customers can even order their tacos via text and have them brought inside the dining room, so there’s no waiting in line on scorching hot days.
When Business Insider released its list of the 50 best tacos in the United States, a Pensacola favorite made the top five. Taqueria El Asador took fourth, which probably wouldn’t surprise anyone who has eaten one of the $2 tacos. There’s almost always a line outside of the taco truck, but the tacos are worth the wait. We can’t lie, though; you might find it hard to wait when you get a whiff of the meats smoking on grills behind the truck.
Whenever you’re craving an epic amount of meat, you could easily go to an American steakhouse and splurge on a giant T-bone. But then you’re limiting yourself to one type of meat. So instead, head to a Brazilian steakhouse and gorge yourself on a buffet of different meats. Here’s what you can expect to find:
Plus, there will typically be seafood options, an epic salad bar, and numerous desserts. Fair warning: you might want to pack some Tums.
The Tin Cow delights diners with its creative spiked milkshakes, such as the Irish Cow, with Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey and Irish cream, or the German Chocolate Cake, a mixture of Smirnoff Iced Cake Vodka, crème of coconut, chocolate, and caramel. The chefs’ creativity extends to the food, too, with such options as Gulf Coast lionfish dip and burgers crowned with locally made kimchi.
This cute, downtown cafe located across from the library focuses on fresh cafe eats, such as curry chicken salad, and housemade treats, including six types of bread pudding . It’s only open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the weekdays, so it’s popular with the lunch crowds, especially those looking to dine outside on the patio.