Henry’s Tacos does not have the best tacos in the world, but that’s OK. This old-school taco window has been in the neighborhood since the ’60s and is a Valley classic. You come here on a Friday solo lunch run or after your kids soccer game, eat a bunch of $2.75 hard and soft shell tacos, and be back in your car in 20 minutes. Cash only.
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