Tacos in Tarrytown

Image courtesy of East Coast Cuisine.

This week I crossed the TZB and headed to Westchester for some delicious tacos.  The Taco Project is located on Main street in Tarrytown.  You have to pay for street parking but despite this, the place is ALWAYS packed.  It makes sense why it is too, especially the outside of this place. The colors of their food are always vibrant and welcome you to eat it. Staff is always friendly and willing to recommend their own personal favorites.  All tacos come standard in an authentic soft corn tortilla, and you can get a hard shell for 50 cents more.

Sidewinder fries. Image courtesy of East Coast Cuisine.

I ordered a variety of food, including the sidewinder fries (with 3 delicious dipping sauces), the shrimp taco, chimichurri steak taco, pork belly taco, and the chorizo taco. And to finish off the experience, I had a Jarritos, the quintessential Mexican soda. The fries were perfectly seasoned, and you had a perfect selection of dipping sauces (highly recommend the salsa which would’ve been my last choice but was fantastic).

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But the taco that makes my mouth water thinking about it right now, is their pork belly taco. It is braised pork belly topped with pineapple glaze, pineapple salsa, cilantro and radish.  Hands down, it’s my personal fav.

Pork belly taco. Image courtesy of East Coast Cuisine.

The only downside, you may have trouble finding a seat. But, it’s well worth the wait.

Overall, The Taco Project is a wonderful establishment.  Aside from Tarrytown, TTP has two other locations in Westchester. One in Northwest Yonkers in the Boyce Thompson Center and one in Downtown Bronxville.

The Taco Project (Tarrytown)
18 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY 10591
(914) 909-4455

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My name is Joanna Spano. When I first started food blogging, it became a joke since I had always taken so many pictures of food. I would frequently send them to my friends/family, and my latest obsession was always a big topic of conversation. In addition to my food blogging, I am in the process of becoming a Registered Nurse in Rockland county, where I was raised for my whole life. The location I have grown up in has impacted me in every aspect in my life and I am thrilled to be able to show everyone this through the food and restaurants that I enjoy so much.