Things to Do in Miami: New Times Tacolandia Taco Stop Restaurants


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The New Times Tacolandia Taco Stop is just a week away.

On Tuesday, March 9th, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Jungle Island’s parking deck will be transformed into a taco lover’s paradise, where ticket holders can enjoy tacos from Miami’s best on-site restaurants.

The socially distant event allows you to snap your tacos as you travel through different stations.

You’ll also get loot from participating sponsors like Acqua Panna, Perrier, Ginger Beer from San Pellegrino, Ghost Tequila, Tito’s Vodka, Estrella Jalisco, Michelob Ultra Bio-Selters, Zignum Mezcal and Geico, as well as a special Tacolandia Taco Stop drink set entertained by DJ Madd Linx .

Participating restaurants on site:

  • Dulce Vida Mexican restaurant
  • Edukos beer house
  • The Santa Taqueria
  • La Tiendita Taqueria
  • Maya ‘my kitchen
  • Organic food kings
  • Taco ‘n mother
  • Two Mexican butterfusions
  • Xochimex Cantina Grill

In addition, you will receive a Tacolandia restaurant card, which is a free taco from a variety of participating restaurants. So you can order a taco with your card at any time until June 1, 2021.

Taco Card participating restaurants:

  • Authentic taqueria
  • Bartaco
  • BC Cafe
  • Blue taco
  • Charly’s vegan taco
  • Chevy’s Fresh Mex
  • Dulce Vida Mexican restaurant
  • The big ranch
  • La Tiendita Taqueria
  • Kitchen screen
  • Los Magueyes
  • Maya ‘my kitchen
  • Organic food kings
  • Taco Beach Shack
  • Taco ‘n mother
  • Taco Taco Express
  • Taco South Taco Beach
  • Taquerias el Mexicano
  • Two Mexican butterfusions
  • Xochimex Cantina Grill

Tacolandia Taco Stop benefits the New Times’ charitable partner, the de Moya Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to creating employment opportunities for young adults with unique skills.

Tickets for this year’s Tacolandia Taco Stop cost $ 25 and can be purchased through Tacolandia Taco Stop is an event for people aged 21 and over with a valid ID.

New Times Tacolandia Taco Stop. Jungle Island (parking deck), 1111 Parrot Jungle Tr., Miami. Tuesday, March 9, 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $ 25 via

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Laine Doss is the food and liquor editor for the Miami New Times. It was featured on Eat Street by Cooking Channel and in the Great Food Truck Race by Food Network. She won an Alternative Weekly Award for her contribution on what it’s like to wait for tables.

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