The Best Taco Spots In Nashville

· Let's give 'em something to taco 'bout... ·

January 31, 2017 12 Comments

Let’s give ’em something to taco ’bout…

A recent poll stated that 99.9% of people love tacos and the other .1% are completely crazy. Ok, that’s a lie. But come on who doesn’t like a good taco? I believe that food can make or break a city. Since I’m a Nashville local I took on the troublesome task of trying every taco in Nashville to tell you about only the absolute best. Someone had to do it. Not all heros wear capes.

I’ll start with my personal favorite…
Warning: May inspire you to book a ticket to Nashville.

Bartaco

12 South
2526 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37204

Hours:
Sunday: 11:30AM-11PM
Monday-Saturday: 11:30AM-12AM

Price Range: $2.5-$3.5

BarTaco is the perfect place for a date night or get together with friends. It has a stylish environment, from good music to inviting lighting,
and gives you a taste of the local side of Nashville. There is usually a wait which provides you time to hang out at the bar and
drink a couple freshly squeezed margaritas inside. There is plenty of seating inside as well as cozy outside seating equiped with blankets
and fires on chilly nights. BarTaco is home to some of the most creative and unique tacos, which makes it hard not to try them all.
A unique twist for BarTaco is that there are no TV’s purposely to encourage a refreshing social atmosphere.

Offers vallet.

Mas Tacos

East Nashville
732 Mcferrin Ave, Nashville, TN 37206

Hours:
Monday-Saturday: 11AM-9PM
Sunday: Closed

Price Range: all tacos $3, tax included

You cannot leave Nashville without visiting the famous Mas Tacos. Authentic, affordable and adorable perfectly sums it up. It is a lunch
time hot spot so try to go during less popular times such as 2pm if you’re looking
for a quick meal. Order some favorites such as the Fried Avocado or Spicy Carne Molida
as you walk in and make sure to have cash or check. (They don’t accept cards) No worries if you forget, they have an ATM located inside.

SATCO (San Antonio Taco Company)

Near Vanderbilt University
416 21st Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours:
Sunday-Wednesday: 11AM-11PM
Thursday-Saturday: 11AM-12AM

Price Range: $1.39-$2.59 extra toppings %0.25-$0.35

This is the perfect place to relax, eat Tex-Mex, and hang with friends. Located near Vanderbilt University’s campus, SATCO has a very down to Earth vibe.
Create your perfect taco on a slip of paper and be ready to eat fresh, made from scratch food. SATCO has a large outside patio which provides
a fun and inviting social environment. Gather up your friends for happy hour and order one of
their famous buckets of beer and some mouth-watering tacos.

Taco Mamacita

Edgehill Village
1200 Villa Pl, Nashville, TN 37212

Hours:
Sunday-Thursday: 11AM-10PM
Friday-Saturday: 11AM-11PM

Price Range: $3.75-$3.99

Taco Mamacita is great for large crowds. Their made from scratch tacoswill make you falling in love at first taste. The
best part about Taco Mamacita is their inside billboard which is always updated with fun, clever puns. There is unsually a wait, so hang out
at the bar and order their delicious sangrias, arguably the best in Nashville.

Bakersfield Tacos

Downtown
201 3rd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours:
Sunday: 11AM-10PM
Monday-Thursday: 11AM-12AM
Friday-Saturday: 11AM-2AM

Price Range: $3-$4

Located within walking distance to Broadway, Bakersfield is the perfect starting point for a night out on the town. Its big tables
are designed for large groups to enjoy watching a sports game with drinks and tacos, starting off a Bachelor/Bachelorette party,
or simply meeting new people in Nashville. While completely different day vs. night, Bakersfield gives a wonderful “Nashville vibe”
and some pretty delicious tacos.

Bajo Sexto Taco

Downtown
216 5th Ave South, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: 11AM-5PM

Price Range: $3.5-$6

If the name alone doesn’t convince you, the location will. Bajo Sexto Taco is connected to both the Omni Hotel and Country Music Hall of Fame.
It’s also right across the street from both Bridgestone Arena and the new Music City Center. So whether you’re looking for a lunch break, a quick
bite before a Preds game, or drinks and tacos before a night out on Broadway, Bajo Sexto Taco is your go-to place. A huge bonus is not having
to pay for parking, or an Uber, more than once. Walk in, order, pick a seat, and enjoy some yummy, cheap tacos.

There you have it. All the tacos your heart desires. If you still aren’t impressed, I have failed and please go hit up a Taco Bell.

Hanna Jobes

12 Comments

  1. Reply

    Shelby Dalton

    January 31, 2017

    Such a great, informative blog post!

    • Reply

      Hanna Jobes

      February 4, 2017

      Thank you! 🙂

  2. Reply

    Shannon

    January 31, 2017

    Girlllll these places all look bomb! I clearly need to come visit!

    • Reply

      Hanna Jobes

      February 4, 2017

      You do! There’s so much good food in Nashville ?

  3. Reply

    Dani

    January 31, 2017

    Another great reason to visit Nashville ???

    • Reply

      Hanna Jobes

      February 4, 2017

      Come come come!

  4. Reply

    Shelby

    January 31, 2017

    I am going to Nashville in March! This has been so helpful! Thanks so much!

    • Reply

      Hanna Jobes

      February 4, 2017

      That’s so exciting!! Be sure to check out my “10 Free Things To Do In Nashville” post! ❤️ Have so much fun on your visit!

  5. Reply

    Shannon

    February 1, 2017

    As if I didn’t have enough reasons to visit Nashville! I’ve never been! One day xo

    • Reply

      Hanna Jobes

      February 4, 2017

      You must make a trip, it’s such a unique city you’ll love it ❤️

  6. Reply

    Shashwat Rastogi

    February 4, 2017

    Really awesome!! I love traveling and i love these posts !!?? Awesome keep it up!

    • Reply

      Hanna Jobes

      February 4, 2017

      Thanks so much, glad you’re enjoying them 🙂

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