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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Condado Tacos Brings Its Eerily Familiar Build-Your-Own-Taco Concept to Westlake Next Month

Posted By on Thu, Nov 14, 2019 at 11:49 AM

  • Photo courtesy Jenna Lorenz
Condado Tacos is opening a second location in the Cleveland area, this time in Westlake.

Starting Dec. 12, taco lovers can head to Crocker Park (203 Market Street) for some Americanized Mexican food and sweet, sweet margaritas. This is the Columbus-based restaurant group's 14th spot, which already includes a location at Pinecrest in Orange Village.

The restaurant's concept, for those who aren't familiar, is eerily similar to one Clevelanders already know and love: Barrio. Condado patrons can expect double-decker taco options, checklist order sheets and even ball jars for drink glasses. That Condado was started by a former Barrio co-owner, Joe Kahn, makes a lot of sense.

For people who like to have plenty of taco options, well, you'll now have more options.

The day of the Westlake restaurant's grand opening, which starts at 11 a.m., includes myriad specials like house margaritas at half the cost, free tacos with other food purchases and $25 gift cards for the first 50 people coming through the doors. 

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