Tacomania looks like it could be a great spot to eat: nice chairs outside for the good weather, pleasant and open (but not off-puttingly fancy) on the inside.
The problem is the food: it's ok, but nothing to write home about. I've eaten there twice now (always like to give a restaurant more than once chance), and I'm just not sold on it. The ground beef fillings have an odd consistency in the mouth, and the flavorings just don't seem to blend properly. The tamales are good but not much above just purchasing tamales from the grocery and pouring a bit of sauce on them. The chilli rellenos is good (I particularly appreciated the battering, just the right sort of batter) but while it's better than some it's not as well cooked as others. As I say in the title, not great, not bad.
This might be more the place for large groups to go, where the focus is on the pitchers of margaritas than on food. There always seems to be a large group having a blast (though the acoustics are such that nearby families and couples don't seem to be enjoying the noise level).
On the plus side: the servers are polite and quick, and Tacomania has good salsa--and gives each table a small pitcher of it (!). You'll certainly never go hungry here.
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