Taco's & Beer in the News
MILA KUNIS AND ASHTON KUTCHER'S LOUISIANA MENU: TACOS AND BEER
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' trip to Louisiana seemed more like a vacation for their taste buds than anything else!
The engaged couple were spotted enjoying a trip to the South recently, taking full advantage of the delicious southern food and E! News has the exclusive details.
We learned that the soon-to-be parents made two yummy stops on Tuesday, with one of them being at the Tacos & Beer restaurant in Old Town. "They were here for about an hour," the restaurant owner said of the actor and pregnant beauty, adding that, "Ashton had a big burrito and a beer while Mila had the carne asada dish with tea and water." To full article
THE NAME SAYS IT ALL, ALMOST
The New Orleans Advocate
Name your restaurant Tacos & Beer (1622 St. Charles Ave.,  308-9722), and there's little chance someone will have to wonder about the specialties of the house. Still, the menu does expand a bit beyond these two offerings at this new Lower Garden District eatery.
This casual joint is the new expansion of a local concept that started a few years back in Slidell, and it serves the same menu as the original Tacos & Beer (2142 First St., Slidell,  641-4969). The space was previously the restaurant Mia's Balcony, and it still has a large patio fronting St. Charles Avenue and a full bar inside.
The kitchen turns out a familiar taqueria line-up of nachos, burritos, Mexican breakfast dishes and both crunchy, corn-shell tacos and more traditional tacos in soft corn tortillas. Fill them with spicy, shredded chicken (tinga), beef tongue (lengua) and other meats. Tacos & Beer serves lunch and dinner daily. To full article
ADVENTURES IN NEW ORLEANS DINING: THE GREAT TACO TOUR
St. Charles Avenue is now home to Tacos and Beer, which has fish tacos as part of their a la carte menu. These delightful morsels of fish are served either beer-battered or grilled, wrapped in two corn tortillas and topped with red cabbage, chipotle sauce and pico de gallo. Sit on the porch and sip ice-cold Pacifico beer with lime while watching the streetcars pass. Viva NOLA! One taco per order for $2.69. To full article