Taqueria De Anda Opens In Huntington Beach

November 05, 2021

Taqueria De Anda, the family-owned restaurant chain serving mouthwatering street tacos and other authentic Mexican fare, will open in Huntington Beach on November 8. With twelve locations spanning from LA County to South Orange County, Taqueria De Anda’s thirteenth restaurant will be located on Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach. 

The new Huntington Beach location will be a Taqueria De Anda Grill – akin to the Mission Viejo and Lake Forest locations – which provides an elevated dining experience with the addition of high-quality Angus beef, mouthwatering chorizo and bacon breakfast burritos, shrimp tacos, and ice-cold beer. 

Taqueria De Anda started as a taco truck in the parking lot of a gas station and quickly grew into a successful brick-and-mortar business with the most sought-after street tacos in town. The Taqueria De Anda concept is simple yet tasty, and each taco carries the true characteristics of what a real Mexican street taco should be. brick-and-mortar

Aside from the classic meat offerings including al pastor, carnitas, carne asada, pollo, and chorizo, they also offer next-level authenticity with their Mexican meats such as cabeza, lengua, and buche, which are all fun and traditional crowd-pleasers. Toppings include cilantro, lime, onion, and signature salsa – allowing each taco to spark your tastebuds with unmatched flavor. The signature salsa is Guadalupe De Anda’s secret homemade recipe that has been carried on for many years, and only close family members know the top-secret ingredients that make up this inimitable salsa. 

The new Huntington Beach location will operate daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. This 2,000 square foot renovation will have a total of 40 seats inside and is complete with a traditional Mexican design. 

To learn more about Taqueria De Anda, visit taqueriadeanda.com.

17969 Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach. 

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