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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Street Vendor Tacolicious to Take Over Marina Restaurant Laïola on Tuesdays

Posted By on Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 3:38 PM

Starting Nov. 17, street vendor Tacolicious is taking over its restaurant sister Laïola (2031 Chestnut at Fillmore) on a weekly basis. Spokeswoman Kelly Walsh told SFoodie Tacolicious Tuesdays will offer a slightly expanded version of the vendor's Thursday Ferry Plaza menu: four tacos (including a new rock cod specimen), chips, salsa, grilled corn, and a few salads, plus Mexican beers and margaritas from the Laïola bar.

click to enlarge Tacolicious is movin' on up. - PLUCCHESI/FLICKR
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  • Tacolicious is movin' on up.
Tacolicious tried out the Laïola takeover Oct. 19. But the taco-maker's bust-out doesn't stop there. Monday marked the debut of Tacolicious at Monday Night Snackdown, TV football night at Bloodhound (1145 Folsom at Langton) -- it'll be alternating with Pizza Politana through the end of NFL season. Tacolicious' next Snackdown is Nov. 16. "It was a cool success," Walsh said of the Monday Night Football launch. "Guys just kept coming back for more tacos." We bet.

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