Dining Pick of the Week: Chronic Tacos



Trails Village Center, 1970 Village Center Circle, 702-243-5221

Why is a Chronic Taco different from all other tacos? In two words –– large and fresh. The flour or corn tortilla has veggies, guacamole and salsa with a choice of marinated grilled beef or chicken, mahi mahi (grilled or beer battered), shrimp, pork or even just more veggies. Burritos are stuffed with white lime or Spanish rice, beans (black, pinto or refried), cheese, cilantro, onions and salsa. Tostada bowls are filled with meat or fish, along with rice, beans, veggies and salsa. The low-carb bowls are made with lettuce or cabbage. Among the sandwiches, layered with refried beans, veggies, guacamole and salsa, are grilled beef or chicken, and grilled or spicy pork. There are nachos and quesadillas, enchiladas, tamales (pork, chicken), tortilla soup, potato tacos and chicken or beef taquitos. Breakfast items include a burrito, taco or bowl with eggs, potato and bacon, chorizo, vegetables or machaca (shredded beef, grilled onions, tomatoes). Any of the items can be made into a combo by adding chips and drink, or a meal that includes rice, beans, chips and drink. Tacos start at $2.99. Chronic Tacos is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. — Jack Bulavsky

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