Bartaco, the new beach-shack inspired taco stand by the parent company that also brought Barcelona to Reston Town Center, is now open.
The restaurant is open for dinner only right now, but is planning on lunch service soon.
Reston’s bartaco has seating, as well as a walk-up take out window. It will also delivery to offices and residences in the town center via old-style bicycles.
Among some of the menu highlights:
Tacos ($2.50 each) with fillings such as falafel, chorizo, duck, cauliflower and pork belly.
Rice bowls ($8) with some of the same fillings.
Sides ($2.50) such as spicy cucumber salad, chipotle slaw, plantains and grilled corn.
A long list of margaritas, beer and other drinks.
Barcelona, which opened Saturday, will also begin lunch service soon.
This is the Connecticut-based chain’s first bartaco in Virginia.
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