Well, Taco Lovers, the day has finally arrived. We here at the Tacopocalypse HQ were just reminiscing about the old days when we were just doing this to have fun and didn’t think it would ever really amount to anything. There was just a great desire to ride our bikes, serve some great tacos, and ride our bikes some more. We thought things like “maybe someday we will have a taco truck or a food cart somewhere.” We were (sort of) dreamers. The kind that Ronnie James Dio sang about, but without all that dragon stuff. Not that we don’t like dragon stuff. um…
We are no longer the same sort of dreamers. We bypassed what we had wished for in the beginning and went straight to having a “brick and mortar” spot to serve our Almost-Famous tacos. We have an actual kitchen with a real line with actual stations and the ability to do whatever we want with the menu (except stop making tacos). This is far beyond the original plan. Way beyond. Like real job kinda beyond. And we are breaking records every week at the Downtown Farmers Market and Cumming Tap. And from the sounds of things, we are doing a good enough job to keep you all coming back to see what else we can do. I love it. You won’t find many folks smiling at the end of 18 hours of kitchen work, but that’s the pot of gold you will find on my face at the end of my rainbow of a work day.
Why am I smiling? Because at the end of every long day I know that my efforts and the efforts of my team are making other people happy. When it comes down to it we aren’t in it for the money or the recognition, we are in this to make people happy and to have a good time while doing so.
so far so good.
I guess this is the part where I tell you that I look forward to seeing you all at our mobile spots, but take a trip out to Clive to our new digs at the Bombay Bicycle Club and check out what I have been working on for your mouths. (it might be the only rock bar in the midwest where you can get Ceviche) There are a lot of new things going on out here, and we are constantly evolving…which is why our first two menus were just written on the backs of old show posters. Printing menus seems to final and not very fun at all. I will be posting a new page here on Tacopocalypse.com specifically for the BBC menu, but will be blogging about what special things we have going on as they roll out of our kitchen.
Where is this place? 8410 Hickman Avenue in Clive. Live music, great beer selection (they even sell my favorite beer, 40’s of Old English 800), and a top notch chef-driven menu of Latin and Asian foods. And Tacos. You seem to love what we have going on everywhere else, take it to the next level. BUT WE DON’T WANT YOU TO PUT A RING ON IT JUST YET.