.....but in this case, I'll make an exception. We stopped in here for a late (2:00) lunch on the recommendation of a coworker. The place was nearly deserted with the exception of a few people finishing up, so seating wasn't a problem. Our enthusiastic waitress took our drink order and proceeded to tell us about their menu items and lunch special.
After mulling it over, we got an order of the guac, and opted for a mixture of shrimp, fish, pork, chorizzo and steak tacos. The guac may have very well been the best I've ever had, and all of the tacos were outstanding. They come wrapped piping hot in foil, and as someone stated about them not coming with lettuce or sour cream, that's true, but not an issue because those ingredients aren't needed and would only get in the way of the rest of the taco. Moist, juicy, and delicious are about the only way I can describe these tacos, and they are very comparable to anything you'd find in a taco haven like Asheville's White Duck Taco.
Holy Taco features Coke products as well as tea, and has a really nice beer selection and full bar. Prices range from $3 for each taco to $6 for the burritos. There's a lunch special where I believe you can get 2 tacos for $4. We had a total of 6 tacos, guac and a small cup of the smoked Gouda queso, and our bill came to around $23 not including drinks or tip. All in all, we are glad we tried this place and will most certainly be back.