Taco Daddy has a come-as-you-are vibe. Showcasing an open kitchen where guests can play games like darts and putterball; a beer pong style putt putt.
One side of Taco Daddy is full service, while the other is quick and casual. If you’re looking to be in and out, just tap your phone on the coaster available at restaurant which allows you to order from their website.
Taco Daddy’s cocktails feature a mixture of easy-drinking concoctions as well as some more adventurous ones. There are nine beers on tap with a focus on local breweries, as well as familiar brands like Modelo and Corona in bottles and cans.
The tacos are anything but traditional; buttermilk fried chicken cordon bleu with French ham, peas, and a creamy mornay sauce; BLT, Cheeseburger, poke, and Kung Pao shrimp tacos, just to name a few more. There are also plenty of veggie options as well quesadillas and sizzling fajitas.