Taqueria Transformation: Tuco's exterior has come a long way, morphing from an old warehouse into a restaurant.

Taqueria Transformation: Tuco's exterior has come a long way, morphing from an old warehouse into a restaurant.

warehouse-turned-Restaurant

Originally a warehouse for Nehi Bottle Company, our building at 416 Salem Avenue brings old and new together with sustainable charm. Reclaimed lumber from another downtown project has been transformed into booths, bar tops, shelves, and signs to create a truly original atmosphere.

Fresh Fare: Our raised garden beds are ready to be planted to bring you only the best, local ingredients.

Fresh Fare: Our raised garden beds are ready to be planted to bring you only the best, local ingredients.

It doesn’t get more locally grown than this!

We are proud to grow our own on-site garden. The result of our green-thumbed efforts will be organic herbs, used to add the ultimate level of freshness to your favorite drinks.

Breakfast burritos and Bloody Marys, what weekends are made of!

Breakfast burritos and Bloody Marys, what weekends are made of!

Lunch, dinner & Weekend Brunch

Enjoy some of the best tacos in Southwest Virginia any day of the week! We offer brunch on Saturdays and Sundays as well, in addition to our lunch and dinner menus. Laid back but with meticulous attention to detail, we look forward to serving you our Latin American flavors, no matter which day you choose to dine with us. 

Artwork by Mexico City street artist, Curiot.

Artwork by Mexico City street artist, Curiot.

DESIGNED FOR FUN

We enlisted the Austin, Texas, design firm McCray & Co. to design the entire space, right down to the stunning, custom chandelier. They also helped us bring in Mexico City’s mural artist Curiot to create a colorful, vibrant backdrop for our guests.


 
 

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