Taco Casa doesn’t do fancy: everything on the menu is some kind of taco, burrito, burger or Mexican side. Started by ex-Taco Bell franchisees, the chain is respected for outstanding service and deep community connections.
Stop here for a quick bite that delivers a lot of food and flavor for the price. Many people wander through the gas station-esque exterior and leave pleasantly surprised.
Taco Casa Menu
|Taco Casa Favorites|
|The Casa Choice|
|Crunchy Tacos||12 Pc.||$15.90|
|Bean Burritos||12 Pc.||$13.90|
|Crunchy Tacos and Bean Burritos||12 Pc.||$14.90|
|Taco Casa's Drinks|
|Drinks Available: Coke, Diet Coke, Root Beer, Dr. Pepper, Sprite, Pink Lemonade & Tea|
About Taco Casa
Founded in 1972 by Shelda and Roy Upshaw, this franchise has a devoted following in Texas but is lesser known outside of the Lone Star state.
That being said, there are 77 locations spread across the lower South. There are no plans to keep expanding nationwide.
Taco Casa Review
Something akin to a sports bar, Taco Casa tends to be fairly noisy. Seating is more spread out than rivals like Taco Bell and more upscale.
Just looking at the meat, you can tell it’s truly 100% fresh ground beef. Along with local cheese and fresh iceberg lettuce, this forms the base of pretty much anything you’ll eat here.
Unfortunately, the offerings are limited and mostly variations on a theme. Make sure you try the frijoles, which are stuffed with seasoned onions and don’t leave you with that oily fast-food aftertaste.
The workers are upbeat and friendly, even in less popular locations. Quick turnover keeps wait times at a minimum except for peak hours.