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Two new Taco Joints to open in DFW. First up: Plano’s Heritage Creekside this fall

If we’re not talking about steaks, we’re talking about Tex-Mex and tacos here. Today is not a steak day.

The Taco Joint sends word that they’ll open two new DFW locations, beginning with a site in Plano’s Heritage Creekside development this fall. Another will follow this year across from Jesuit Prep at 12300 Inwood Rd. (in the former Picasso’s Pizza location). They’ll join Joints in Preston Center, Lakewood, Lake Highlands and the original shop on Peak St. in East Dallas.

I’ve never been to a Taco Joint, but I can get behind any menu that serves breakfast tacos, 64-ounce frozen Margaritas to-go, brisket tacos and gilled shrimp tacos with house-made Tapatio aioli. Those tacos in the photo above? Not their tacos, but they do look good.

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