After 24 years of serving the University of Texas at El Paso, Kern Place and Downtown area, officials with Tacotote announced Tuesday morning that their original UTEP location will be closing its doors.
“We began branching out in El Paso in 1996 and have been able to share our love for our signature fresh tacos and family-style meals to this community and want to continue to do so,” said Tacotote officials shared. “Closing our very first El Paso location is bittersweet but we are looking forward to the future and will be opening another location very soon.”
Tacotote first started operations in 1988 in Juárez and has since branched out to over 20 locations. Tacotote’s signature corn tortillas, salsas, and assorted tacos are a staple to not only the El Paso/Juárez area but to New Mexico, Arizona, and Mexico.
“The closure of the first El Paso location near the UTEP Campus signals another new beginning for Tacotote, who is on the search for a new El Paso location,” restaurant officials added via a news release.
As part of that search, Tacotote is excited to hear where El Pasoans would like to have another location and are inviting their patrons to share their ideas via the Tacotote social media pages.
For those who regularly dine in at Tacotote UTEP Campus area, there are six other locations available for dining, carryout, and delivery through Favor; and now fans can Order Online for Takeout and Curbside pickup by licking here.