30 "Tacos" Restaurants in Chicago.
5 Rabanitos is a casual BYOB restaurant in Pilsen serving seriously great Mexican food.
Funky, fresh, and delicious. Big & little's is one of the best and most interesting restaurants you can eat at.
Birrieria Zaragoza - goat taco capital of Chicago. Seriously, if you consider yourself a taco aficionado then you need to try this place.
Real deal Mexican style cemitas. Get yourself a sandwich on a fresh baked sesame roll.
Don Pedro is a real experience, especially on the weekends. The Pilsen spot serves excellent carnitas for you to make all the tacos you want.
The Garage, where you'll get awesome tacos and a different food truck every day of the week. This is one of the cooler lunch spots in town.
The best duos are those that surprise you. Welcome to a world of Korean BBQ tacos and poutine fries with kimchi.
Little Bad Wolf is a gastropub in Andersonville serving upscale bar food in a cool and relaxed environment.
There’s no denying Big Star is an anchor tenant of the Wicker Park dining scene, but that doesn’t mean everyone feels the same way about it.
Cruz Blanca is a combination of a casual taco spot and a brewpub that's good for an easy meal and hanging out.
Antique Taco is a homey spot for any casual meal in Wicker Park. Definitely eat tacos and maybe even buy yourself some antique furniture.
You may not frequent Rosemont, but now you have a go-to Mexican joint if you do.
Great tacos often trumped by strange ordering restrictions and a crowd we'd rather not eat our Mexican food with.