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I was really surprised about the variety of tacos they had. Everything was positively unique. There are options for vegans, vegetarians, omnivores and true meat eaters. Flavors blend together in the most unusual of ways. While it might be pricier than your average taco stand or bus it is well worth the taste experience. The ambience is lovely! While I dined inside there are outside options available. The staff was impeccable in their service and I even went on a Thursday and got in on half-price tequila shots tonight. The amount of craft beer is excellent and they have the staple domestics. I decided on my first visit to make this a regular for every time I am in Charlotte! This is a must visit place for anyone who is in Charlotte and wanting a very exquisite and unique taste experience!
This place has a lot of good things going for it. For starters, everything on the menu is named after some sort of movie quote. I personally like the Fat Guy in a Little Coat. They also have a great patio and outdoor bar. Last but not least, they make their very open pineapple and jalapeno infused tequila that you have to try at least once.
Great food and drinks. Staff are very accommodating. There's definitely a hipster vibe to some of the clientele, so brace yourself. If you've seen Trading Places with Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd the menu will amuse you greatly. I highly recommend this place.
I like the food and drinks here, but the patio is the only place you'll want to sit, so it's an outdoor restaurant. Inside is all hard surfaces and is ridiculously long and echoey. If you are outside, the tacos and other dishes are always good. If you're looking for outdoor eats, this is a great place. If the weather is anything other than nice, go someplace else.
This is one of my favorite restaurants in Charlotte. It's not true authentic Mexican food, but it's not trying to be. It's very well done spin on TexMex with great drinks. Their selection of tacos and burritos (all named after lines from movies and TV shows) is superb. Their margaritas aren't bad either. When I lived in Charlotte, we ate here once a month at least. Now that I moved away, it's a must visit. I recommend the Death by RuRu burrito if you're craving spicy.