Bajo Sexto Taco Lounge probably one of the most talked about taco places in Nashville. Located either on Charlotte or in the Country Music Hall of Fame, a unique approach to tacos and full entrees, with very good drinks.
Plaza Mariachi is a latino cultural center on Nolensville road. There are several eateries from casual to more fancy. This is a must visit center. There’s food, coffee, entertainment, and grocery. You can check out the directory to see the places to try. You will find palatas, tacos, street corn, gryos, lattes, aqua frescos and so much more!
Here’s what I’ve had at Las Tapas. They offer a menu of rotating tapas and tuna tartare was a special that day.
Here’s the steak and potatoes I’ve had at Tres Gauchos. You can see how good this hangar steak was.
Bar Taco is trendy, but friendly and casual. You can eat healthy here, by getting lettuce wrapped tacos. The drinks are awesome.
We love Mas Tacos, especially for their signature Tortilla Soup, which I did a copy cat of .
St. Anejo in the gulch has the best brunch, sangria and chorizo queso. They have premium tequila and mezcal menu of over 120 labels. Large group friendly and you can rent out the tequila bar upstairs for a private party.
Look at their cornbread with chorizo queso. Amazing.
Rosepepper Cantina an all around East Nashville favorite and known for their margaritas.
Sopapilla Fan favorite, clean, fresh take on Mexican and nice outdoor patio.I love their fish tacos.
Cantina Laredo in the Gulch, which is always a fun place to go eat.
Taco Mamacita in Edgehill Village- Funky fusion tacos and skinny margaritas, but go for the sweet potato fries.
Local Taco in Sylvan Park and Brentwood I admit I like the southern fried buttermilk chicken taco.
Baja Burrito in the Berry Hill Neighborhood. We’ve eaten there a zillion times. Casual, grass fed beef.
San Antonio Taco Company – Mr. ST’s all time favorite. Very casual, make southwester tacos your way.
La Hacienda Taqueria in Nashville. Nice owners. I did a lot of residential faux finishing for them They also have a tortilla factory next store. Authentic, tried and true. I love the barbacoa.
Solario at the Opryland Hotel is off the hook.
Chago’s Cantina I just sampled the food at food events. Fresh Mexican and Latin American.
Pueblo Real, my little secret cheap and wonderful place. Don’t go this weekend unless you go at 4:00. They are just as crowded on Monday nights. I can’t believe I’m sharing this. It’s hard enough to get a seat.
El Segundo in my neighborhood in Franklin. Once a week night we get a chicken tortilla soup to go. It’s all chicken, with a little rice and they provide tortilla strips, avocado slices and pico de gallo on the side. My next favorite thing is their shrimp cocktail. I’ll get the large as an entree. Get it and see why!
Uncle Julio’s – has a great happy hour and ask them to make you their version of a skinny margarita, not the mix.
This is just a sampling of places. There are lots of great cheap taco places in the Nolensville road area.
If you are staying home, these are the best flour tortillas to buy.
Do you have a favorite I didn’t mention? I’d love to include them.