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Rocco's Tacos Announces Delray Beach Location

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Delray Beach taco fans will have a new place to party when Rocco's Tacos opens in winter 2014.

This will be the sixth Rocco's Tacos location for owners Rocco Mangel and Big Time Restaurant Group. There are currently four South Florida locations, and one in Orlando, with restaurants in Brooklyn and at Hollywood/Fort Lauderdale International Airport in the works, as well.

See also: Best Margarita Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach 2013 - The Antioxidant Margarita at Rocco's Tacos

Rocco's Taco's Delray Beach will be located directly on Atlantic Avenue and will feature the restaurants' signature brand of authentic Mexican cuisine in a colorful atmosphere. In addition to an extensive menu of tacos ($3.25 to $5.35); enchiladas ($14.50 to $15.50); and other Mexican dishes, Rocco's Tacos boasts an extensive menu of more than 300 tequilas.

Owner Rocco Mangel is pleased about the expansion to one of Palm Beach County's largest dining neighborhoods, saying, "We couldn't be more excited to announce our next location right in the heart of Delray Beach, where we can continue to serve our South Florida family."

Rocco's Tacos from Ashley Haass on Vimeo.

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