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Pineda Tacos

Map & Directions 311 E. Lake St.
Minneapolis, MN 55408
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612-825-7466
  • Fast Food, Mexican
  • Daily 9:30am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Necessary
  • Street

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City Pages' Description

This Mexican-themed restaurant, with four locations in the Twin Cities, is a no-frills restaurant chain. The food is fresh and made to order, including a taco platter with beans, rice, chips, and a drink or a beef burrito with chips and a drink for about $7. Single tacos of beef or chicken are only $1.95. A variety of house-made sauces, some really hot, can enhance your meal. The setting is casual, with no wait staff. Open for lunch and dinner.

 
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  • Heavy Table on 05/20/09

    The carnitas taco – a sublime combination of tender braised pork, chiles, and cumin, and the tin-y accent of cilantro – is the star of the menu.

  • Dan G. on 12/27/13

    While the menu says "Large Burrito", in reality, it's called a "burrote" and I recommend it. It's HUGE. And delicious.

  • John E. T. on 05/14/11

    Order chicken enchiladas with a carnitas taco combo and a cup of horchata. Eat, drink, y ser feliz!

  • City Pages on 12/07/12

    Voted City Pages top ten Taqueria's in the Twin Cities! There's an old adage about taquerias: The worse the joint looks, the better the food must be.

  • City Pages on 11/13/12

    Voted City Pages top ten Taqueria's in the Twin Cities! There's an old adage about taquerias: The worse the joint looks, the better the food must be.

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