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Holy Taco


1314 Glenwood Ave SE, East Atlanta
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As one of the few places on the main drag of EAV serving Mexican food, Holy Taco is clutch when the taco cravings hit. You won’t find a larger patio in East Atlanta Village than the one at Holy Taco (sorry Midway, we still love you). You’ll often see families with little kids and strollers the size of Buicks because the place is so spacious. To avoid the kids entirely, go later in the evening and get a Holy Margarita and the Tres Amigos, which is a trio of salsa, queso, and guacamole. It feels painfully obvious, but if you’re going to Holy Taco for a full meal, you should get tacos. It just makes sense. We recommend the skirt steak or the tender braised pork belly on corn tortillas.

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