Each of our locations is open 24/7 all or part of the week, meaning that pretty much no matter what time of day or night your appetite calls, the Taco Bus is ready to roll.

The original bus still serves as the kitchen at our flagship restaurant in Tampa’s historic Seminole Heights neighborhood, which has been featured on the Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives,” the Travel Channel’s “Man Vs. Food Nation” and the Cooking Channel’s “Eat Street.” Meanwhile, our mobile trucks have traveled as far as Tennessee, where we fed hordes of hungry music fans during the 2010 Bonnaroo music festival.

Like all those bands on stage at Bonnaroo, we owe all our success to our amazing fans. Thank you for putting the “Us” in Taco Bus!

Our story starts on the streets. That’s where a converted school bus rolled into Tampa, delivering unforgettable, true-to-Mexico taste with recipes from every region of the country, each prepared daily with fresh ingredients in a custom kitchen. Mind you, that was nearly 20 years before the food truck phenomenon came along to fill up hungry stomachs and cable-TV time slots across the United States. Since then, we’ve taken a long, colorful journey from our humble roots and we’re honored that so many loyal, supportive customers have come along for the ride. Today, we still roam the streets with our mobile food trucks, but we also offer casual, festive dining and friendly service at our sit-down restaurants.

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