Mi Taco Taqueria Grand Re-Opening

Have you been dreaming of sandy beaches, clear blue water, and tropical temperatures? Look no further my friends, Toronto has the perfect little escape.  At Mi Taco Taqueria you can forget about sub-zero temperatures and indulge in some delicious and authentic Mexican food.

The Story

Mi Taco is owned by mother-daughter duo Lidia and Vanessa Cashera.  They are Toronto born and raised but lived in Dallas for a few years where they discovered Mexican cuisine.  Lidia traded her Italian recipes for the local’s Mexican ones and fell in love with the culture and the food.  They decided to bring their fresh, classic recipes back to Toronto and Mi Taco opened its doors in October 2015.

A recent investment into the business has allowed them to enhance not only the physical appearance of the restaurant, but the food and customer experience.  After a two-week renovation, Mi Taco now features an expanded bar and a seated dining area that will transport you straight to a patio in Mexico.

Mi Taco Taqueria

Image: Merik Williams

The Food

The menu has not changed and features a selection of tacos, burritos made with hand-pressed corn or flour tortillas, house-made guacamole and 3 kinds of traditional Mexican crema.  There is also a selection of vegetarian and vegan options to suit everyone’s dietary needs.  Summer will feature the much anticipated Elote (Mexican Street Corn) and you can always cool down with a selection of Mexican beers or margaritas.

Mi Taco Taqueria

Image: Merik Williams

To celebrate their grand re-opening, Mi Taco will be giving away 1,000 free tacos to the first 1,000 guests starting at 11AM. Get there early!

For more information on Mi Taco visit their website.

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Mili Jain is the owner of The City is Mine, a personal blog that she describes as a love letter to Toronto.It’s a small collection of her adventures and the things that inspire her from food, cooking, events, travelling and all the pretty things in between.You’ll often find her walking down the street, headphones on, coffee in one hand and phone in the other trying to casually take photos of the magic that surrounds her every day.
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