Taco’s and Tequila (North Wildwood, NJ)

Taco’s and Tequila was our dinner stop and first night out stop!

Ambiance/Atmosphere: This spot right next/attached to Joe Joe’s Pizza, is a great outdoor dining spot. They have a bar and seating inside, but a beach evening on their patio seating with the live music was perfect!  They have high tops and low tables as well as bar seating. Live music had a corner inside with a small dancing floor to start you night out!

Drinks: As in the name, tequila had to be ordered! Margaritas of course! Their watermelon marg on the rocks gets a 10/10. It was a good balance of flavor (not to sweet) and tequila! They have a variety of flavors and beers too!

Menu: Again, given the name – tacos were on the list to order. But we had to start with nachos! They were piled high with toppings. All the good toppings of cheese, queso, sour cream, bean, chicken and more! They were the perfect start and paired well with the margarita! They get a 9/10. Soft shell tacos were order for dinner. I ordered pork (but I am pretty sure they were beef LOL). It wasn’t the best of service that night, but we made the most of it. The tacos were good, overall a 7/10, probably could be an 8 if I actually ordered the beef, but they were not bad and I would order them again!

Tips/Recommendations: Margaritas and tacos are must orders as well as the nachos.  This is the perfect spot for evening to sit outside and go when they have live music! You can hit the pizza spot for the late night drunk grub too! And as always try something new every time you go.

Rating 9/10
Recommend: Yes

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