While most marriages lead to years of doing it missionary style, the marriage of San Francisco and Seattle has produced Taco Del Mar: a Seatown-based purveyor of Mission-style burritos and Northern Baja fish tacos, opening their first* Dallas location this week at Preston/Beltline.
The beach-inspired chain was founded in Seattle's Waterfront District, and has spent the last 20yrs expanding across the country, in that they're opening franchises, not that they're a touring Ralphie May. Just choose a meat (Alaskan fish, carne asada, seasoned pork, braised chicken, shredded or ground beef), then pick add-ons from guac to extra meat to enchilada sauce, which they call "going wet", so don't expect them to open in Franklin County. Then stick all that in a taco (corn or flour), quesadilla, enchilada, or, with rice, beans, cheese & pico, a Mondo Burrito, which is as heavy as a horse, unlike Mongo burritos, which'll just punch one.
Further your face-stuffing with nachos (6 Layer Cheese or Super Meat), and look for specials like a fish taco Two-Fer Tuesday, and the TDM-punch-card-filling Double Punch Monday, also what happens to married guys' faces when they take a position against missionary.