16 Spots to Get Your Street Taco Fix in San Antonio 

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Let’s face it: San Antonio is a taco lover’s paradise. Whether it’s out of a truck conveniently located at your nearest gas station or at a sit-down restaurant known for drunken nights, we’ve rounded up all the spots to stuff your face with street tacos.
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Guajillo’s
1001 NW Loop 410, (210) 344-4119, guajillos.com
Order a rumchata and the surtidos tacos. You won’t regret it.
Photo via Instagram, fedandfit
Viva Villa Taqueria
905 Dolorosa St., (210) 987-8482
Wash down your tacos with an agave wine margarita.
Photo via Instagram, sacurrent
Taquitos West Ave.
Multiple locations, taquitoswestavenue.com
Have you really eaten mini tacos if you’ve never dined at West Ave.?
Photo via Instagram, thefoodiechick
Los Balito’s Taco Shop
Multiple locations, losbalitostacoshop.com
The carne asada fries never disappoint, and neither do the street tacos.
Photo via Instagram, hungrytravelingmama
Taqueria Datapoint
4063 Medical Dr., (210) 615-3644
Because there’s no tastier way to sober up.
Photo via Instagram, dadancool
Tacos El Regio
2726 N St. Mary's St., (210) 590-8817
Get trashy at Faust Tavern or have a more dignified drink at Limelight, just be sure to make your way to this prized taco truck by the end of the night.
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Sanchos Cantina & Cocina
628 Jackson St., (210) 320-1840
Sit out on the patio and slam a few mini tacos down your throat.
Photo via Instagram, mary_mosleyjensen
Gordo’s Mini Tacos And Snacks
6613 Lake View Dr., (210) 218-7287
What is a night without your Netflix, your snacks, your mini tacos?
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Casa Azul de Andrea
1036 S. Alamo, (210) 451-9393
What better place to eat tacos than in the casita/restaurant dedicated to Frida Kahlo?
Photo via Instagram, lisa.22rn
Viva Vegeria
1422 Nogalitos St., (210) 465-9233
Enjoy these vegan and gluten-free Mexican treats.
Photo via Instagram, vivavegeriasa
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Erick’s Tacos
12715 Nacogdoches Rd., (210) 590-0994
This gem is open 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. AND has a fruteria next door. What are you waiting for?
Photo via Yelp, Michelle H.
Ricky’s Tacos
7310 W Hausman Rd., (210) 409-8707
Trust us, Ricky’s is worth the wait.
Photo via Instagram, breaking.bread.in.sa
Los Cocos Fruteria Y Taqueria
1502 Bandera Rd., (210) 431-7786
Sit back and relax on the patio, be sure to order up a fruit cup and a plate of tacos first.
Photo via Instagram, pincherussian
Pete’s Tako House
502 Brooklyn Ave., (210) 944-4730, petestakohouse.com
Five mini tacos filled with beef fajitas and chorizo? You better get in line before this tako house closes at 3 p.m.
Photo via Instagram, culinarypyro
Super Taco Wey
11784 Culebra Rd., (210) 559-5672, facebook.com
Open Thursday through Saturday, this taco joint keeps it fresh with hearty meats and crisp veggies.
Photo via Instagram, hungryinsanantonio
Tacos La Salsita
8714 Marbach Rd.
There’s always a wait, but you’ll also be satisfied with these mini tacos.
Photo via Facebook, Edgar De Leon
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Guajillo’s
1001 NW Loop 410, (210) 344-4119, guajillos.com
Order a rumchata and the surtidos tacos. You won’t regret it.
Photo via Instagram, fedandfit