Here at the Dub C, almost every student knows that Tuesday night is the night the food court in Sykes serves tacos. However, for those of us who want to venture out into town and try some other kinds of tacos on a Tuesday night, here are the places to go.
JACO is well known not only for its tacos, but its’ smoothies as well. They also have a huge variety of breakfast choices, as well as quesadillas and Açaí bowls for those who may not like tacos (if people like that actually exist).
For those who like a nice margarita to go with their Taco Tuesday meals, Más is the place to be. They offer a large variety of traditional Mexican dishes as well as endless chips and salsa to every customer – SCORE. They also have a gluten-free menu and a beautiful rooftop dining area.
For even more delicious Mexican food, check out La Rancherita. Priding themselves on fresh, homemade foods and boasting a bilingual menu and offering an array of authentic Mexican sodas, La Rancherita is definitely the place to go for a traditional dining experience for your Taco Tuesday.
Finally, another great hotspot is Burrito Loco. Not only is this the cheapest of the above Taco Tuesday stops, it also allows West Chester students to use both their RamBucks and Flex…so basically, it’s a free meal.
No matter where you find yourself on Taco Tuesday, I’m pretty confident that any of these places would blow you – AND Sykes’ version of a taco – away.