After 3 Years, Austin's Tacos N Tequila Closes Up Shop in San Antonio

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DAN PAYTON
  • Dan Payton

You'll have to find another brunch buffet to cure your hangover with, San Antonians — Tacos N Tequila has closed.

The massive restaurant, which opened in late 2014, with a menu of tacos, street food and yep, tequila, cleared out its location off Broadway and Josephine this Sunday.



Though the locations in Austin and Dallas are still open, the San Antonio spot might not have been doing so hot. According to a sign posted on their door by George, W. Mauze II, the store was repossessed and locks were changed. "The new key," said the note, "may be obtained provided all defaults and anticipatory defaults are cured." Another sign addressed to customers read "Thank you for three years of your business. This location is closing, please join us at TNT Austin and Dallas in the future."

The restaurant has not announced the closing in any of its social media channels.



The Austin-based chain brought Southwest tacos to the Alamo City inside the first floor of the Mosaic apartments, which also houses Joy Ride and SoBro Pizza Co.

1915 Broadway.

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