Experience the authentic Mexican meals & baked treats of South Houston staple Taqueria Del Sol

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Delight in more than three decades of family recipes, fresh ingredients, and authentic Mexican dishes at Taqueria Del Sol.

Located near Hobby Airport and easy to spot from the Gulf Freeway near Broadway/Park Place, this family-owned and operated Mexican food mainstay is just as renowned for their mouth-watering breakfast, lunch, and dinner eats as they are for their sweets at the Panaderia, or bakery, which is connected to the restaurant.

Opened in 1982, customers flock to this casual and colorful staple for tasty traditional options like the delicious menudo (served Friday to Monday only), enchiladas, gorditas, tortas, quesadillas, burritos, tostadas, queso flameado, and incredible chips and salsa (served warm), amongst many other authentic and affordable options.

Let’s not forget about dessert. After you’re all finished with your meal, be sure to stop in to the bakery located near the front of the restaurant for treats like flan, tres leches, and pan dulce options including, conchas, galletas de boda, orejas, banderas, chamucos, churros and more.

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Photo courtesy of Taqueria Del Sol

Before You Visit

Visitors should note that dining is on a first-come, first-serve basis, but if you have a large party, are planning an event, or need catering services, it is still best to call ahead to better help the restaurant help you.

Also, though there is more than enough on the menu to satisfy customers, if you are looking for a beer or margarita, it is worth noting that alcohol is not served at the establishment.

Photo courtesy of Taqueria Del Sol

Taqueria Del Sol in South Houston

Photo courtesy of Taqueria Del Sol
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Cody Swann is a writer and musician born and raised in Houston. When he isn't recording or touring the country with his band, Wild Moccasins, he can be found covering live music and arts events for 365 Things to Do in Houston.