Tacos Tequila Whiskey (better known as Pinche Tacos) will open in Governor’s Park

The popular taco joint — now technically under the name Tacos Tequila Whiskey, thanks to some controversy — will open a third Denver restaurant in the summer of next year.

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Tacos served at Tequila Tacos Whiskey. (Courtesy of Leigh Sullivan)

Tacos served at Tequila Tacos Whiskey. (Courtesy of Leigh Sullivan)

The restaurant formerly known as Pinche Tacos has plans to open a new location in Governor’s Park, Eater reports.

The popular taco joint will open a third Denver restaurant in the summer of next year at 704 Sherman St., which is currently a parking lot. The existing locations of Pinche Tacos — now technically under the name Tacos Tequila Whiskey, thanks to some controversy — are at 1514 York St. (City Park) and 3300 W. 32nd Ave. (West Highland).

A rep for Tacos Tequila Whiskey told Denverite that the Governor’s Park restaurant will offer a food and beverage menu very similar to the menus at the existing locations, but will also offer a couple unique tacos and cocktails.

But before Governor’s Park gets a TTW, Eater reports, Phoenix will get one. That opening is planned for the spring of 2017.

 

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