Pasta Is the Most Underrated Taco Filling
This family-run truck in Capital City serves some Tex-Mex, some barbecue, and some plates that combine the two. Expect mesquite-smoked brisket and ribs served three ways: as platters with coleslaw and pickles, loaded into hamburger buns, or folded into tacos house-made flour tortillas and guacamole. Its location right behind Star Bar means it's a great spot for the post-drinking munchies.
Alma's keeps their tacos classic, but puts in extra work to make them extra special. To wrap their killer barbacoa, carnitas, and guisada, they make their own corn tortillas from scratch each morning.
You may not have heard of Nasha, but their lamb puff samosas are really something worth knowing about. As are there tandoori tacos and spice inspired cocktails. That's right: Tex-Mex/Indian fusion.
A tortilla-stuffer with some serious bite, Tyson's Tacos has $.99 migas, tacos like pork belly (w/ fried parsley & salsa taquera), baby back ribs (w/ pineapple salsa), and fried drum (w/ slaw, avocado, escabeche & Sriracha), as well as burgers featuring half-pound, house-ground rib eye.
This taco trailer's inexpensive bites set it apart from other similar establishments with higher prices. For under five dollars you can grab two tacos. Local favorites are the al pastor, chicharron, migas and breakfast tacos.