In many ways, the taco is a lot more fun than its bigger, heavier cousin, the burrito. One advantage is size. The familiar Mexican staple is less of a “calorie commitment” than a burrito the size of your head. Instead of making a single decision, customers can order two or three at a time, each warm tortilla or crunchy shell stuffed with a different mix of meats, fish, grilled veggies, fresh salsas, sour cream, chiles, cheese, guacamole and more. Also, tacos are ...

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