Tacos: they're what's for dinner. And lunch. And pretty much whenever you're hungry. But when it comes to the tacos you have for breakfast, they're a slightly different animal than those you consume the rest of the day, fulfilling all the needs a great breakfast food must fulfill while still remaining, unequivocally, tacos. When it comes to tacos as a morning meal, you simply won't do any better than these eight spots:
Northeast, Fort Worth
Unless you know the address, you’ll likely never find Aguilera’s Café. And unless you go now, you’ll likely never enjoy the tiny menu cooked by 88-year-old veteran/owner, Santos Aguilera. Run out of a white house with a sea foam-colored trim and no signage (it’s on the inside), this 56-year-old Fort Worth institution is dimly lit with a smattering of fading booths and tables under WWII memorabilia (check out the pin-up propaganda poster with the words, "I wish I was a man. I’d join the Navy").