What to drink
The best drink on the menu is the frosé, and during brunch, it is $3! It’s sweet, but not too sweet since it’s made with gin. It pairs with every brunch item too!
Brunch isn’t complete without a mimosa or bloody Mary, and both of them are also $3.
If brunch drinks aren’t your thing, Taco Lingo has a full bar menu, complete with margaritas and mezcal drinks too!
What to eat
Whether you are in the mood for traditional brunch food, Taco favorites, or something to satisfy your sweet tooth, Taco Lingo has something for you.
For the sweets lover
Start off with the Churro Doughnuts or Cinnamon Rolls. The doughnuts are served with spiced hot chocolate and sea salt caramel sauce. If cinnamon rolls are more your style, you will love these giant, warm goodies with the horchata icing.
Another fun sweet option is the Chocolate Banana Pancakes. They come topped with bananas, chocolate chips, powdered sugar, whipped cream and maple syrup.
For the savory lover
Taco Lingo offers a variety of breakfast and traditional Tacos on their brunch menu. You can mix and match them
The Chilaquiles are served with chicken, cheese, pico, guacamole, cilantro cream, an egg, and your choice of salsa.
Their Migas are also a great choice, especially if you are wanting a vegetarian option.
Are you leaning toward the sweet or savory? Let me know in a comment below!