3 places in Dayton where you can eat tacos for breakfast

Where can I get a breakfast taco in Dayton? 

For those of you trying to get National Taco Day, or any day started bright and early, these are the important questions in life.

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Luckily for you, breakfast tacos have been popping up all over the place in recent months.

1.) Table 33

When Table 33 finally released their full menu, it worth the wait!

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They boast 3 different kinds of tacos: Brunch Tacos with a choice of steak, bacon or Keener Farm’s chicken chorizo; Carne Adovado, and a vegetarian option, Brussels Tacos. Each order is $10 and comes with a side.  

2.) R Taco

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Posted by R Taco on Tuesday, December 13, 2016

R Taco opened its first Dayton location in March of 2017 and a second location in Beavercreek in Nov. 2018.

It’s already a fan favorite, and its franchise owner plans to greatly expand its footprint.

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It’s a great option for the late-morning riser, because they serve breakfast tacos ALL DAY (and every day). They offer a wide variety for every type of taco lover, and at $2-2.75 per taco, the price is just right! 

Some breakfast taco options include: potato, egg & cheese; chorizo, egg & cheese; bacon, egg & cheese and jalapeno sausage, egg & cheese. You can see the full menu here.

Oh, and did we mention they have margaritas?

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3.) Texas Beef and Cattle Company  

Texas Beef and Cattle Company has started serving Texas beer and craft brews at its BBQ restaurant at 1101 W. Third St. in Dayton. Photo from Texas Beef and Cattle Company Facebook page
Photo: Staff Writer

When they say Texas, they mean it: Would you just look at the SIZE of that taco?! 

>> Dayton BBQ restaurant adds Texas beers, craft brews to menu

They offer 2 tacos with a selection of meat: smoked brisket, chorizo or local KJB Farms bacon ends for $7. 

If you go the meatless route, it’s just $5 for 2 tacos.

With the addition of craft beer to the menu, it sounds like the perfect way to start your Cinco de Mayo.