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Best Food Truck: Taco Bros

Location: Fargo

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Taco Bros has been named Best Food Truck in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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Taco Bros. Food Truck provides a “real Mexican street food” option in Downtown Fargo during the lunch hour and in the evening Monday through Friday as well as late-night bits on Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 3 a.m.

Their menu includes traditional offerings including tacos, tostadas, rice, beans and guacamole. They also offer unexpected items like the “MexiDog.” Patrons have an option to order the “Trust You Bro Platter,” which allows the people behind the counter to serve up whatever they’d like, or the “Keep it Health Bro,” which follows the same concept but with a healthier spin. Taco Bros. has options for meat lovers, vegetarians and vegans alike that keep customers coming back for more.

  • Second place: Fargo Fillies and Mac Daddy’s Food Carts
  • Third place: Namaste Chai
  • Fourth place: Lupe’s Tacos
  • Fifth place: Pico

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