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Downtown Dallas scores tacos all day via new Fort Worth taqueria

Downtown Dallas scores tacos all day via new Fort Worth taqueria

Salsa Limon
Tacos all day and late-night, too. Photo by Malcolm Mayhew

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón debuts its "Flor de Mayo" location on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria opens bright and early at 7 am, and it will offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth. Another good option is the "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

"Flor de Mayo" is Spanish for Mayflower; the Dallas branch is the fifth location, including the highly anticipated Distrito, set to reopen in Fort Worth in the spring. The Dallas menu is basically the same as the others, but each Salsita is designed to complement its surroundings, while maintaining elements of traditional Mexico-sourced materials.

Co-owner Rosalia Ramirez serves as the company’s lead creative director and is excited to showcase the Dallas design inspired by the 1980’s architecture of the Mayflower Building.

"Design at the Flor de Mayo location will continue to marry the surrealism of popular Mexico decor and modern architecture," she says. "We're tailoring our signature brand of handwritten signs and custom countertops to elements of the '80s, with an art installation of neon lights. Like always, it will showcase deliciousness wherever it can."

Co-owner Ramiro Ramirez says that the company's success comes from a combination of a hardworking team with an eye for detail, great food, and love and support from our community. "We are so excited to share this new adventure with our fanatics in the great city of Dallas," he says. "Tacos, tacos, tacos everywhere!"

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

Downtown Dallas gets a taste of Fort Worth's beloved taqueria when Salsa Limón opens on March 16, at the Mayflower Building at 411 N. Akard St. The taqueria will open bright and early at 7 am, and will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining.

Salsa Limón serves Mexico City-style tacos, generous in size and with a range of fillings, from grilled steak and pork shoulder to garlic mashed potatoes and barbacoa. Another good option is a "molca bowl," a layered dip consisting of refried beans, Mexican rice, cabbage slaw, chips, and choice of meat. The tripe taco has been the "star taco" since the first branch at La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth.

Among the taqueria's accolades was its inclusion on Texas Monthly's list of best tacos in the state, which spotlighted its El Capitan taco, made with Oaxaca cheese and pickled cabbage, along with choice of protein.

The Dallas branch will be its fifth. Its location in Fort Worth's West Seventh district attracted media attention when the entire restaurant was moved by Fort Worth's Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission to White Settlement Road, to be part of the River District development along the Trinity River; that branch has not yet opened. It also has three food trucks.

The Dallas menu will be basically the same as the others. "We're tweaking our pastor, but that's because we're always refining and improving what we do," says owner Milo Ramirez.

The Mayflower is currently under renovation, with a plan to make it a mixed-use project with apartments, retail, and on-site parking. Ramirez says that the location — a short walk away from Klyde Warren Park, Neiman Marcus, and YMCA — is ideal.

"It's in a great location, with high-rises all around, and Klyde Warren Park up the street," he says. "We're hoping to attract people who live and work in the area, but also the diehards who will drive down because they want a great taco."

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