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Taco Time at Fuzzy’s

By Kimberly Muchow (Guest Blogger)

Who doesn’t love a good ol’ tasty taco? Let’s say a gourmet taco, with some feta cheese and garlic sauce, too. If your mouth isn’t already watering, let’s go ahead and add some tempura fish to that. Now that’s a taco, a Fuzzy’s Taco to be exact.

After reading that, you must be hungry. Head on over to Fuzzy’s Taco Downtown Arlington, where they are famous for their baja tacos. There are over 20 different tacos (soft and crispy) to choose from but the menu doesn’t stop there. They have a huge menu of Mexican food, including quesadillas, burritos, nachos, grilled sandwiches, salads and breakfast dishes. Oh Don’t forget about the ice-cold beers and tasty margaritas.

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is a fast casual restaurant meaning you order and pick-up at a counter. It’s a great place to go with the family, for business lunches, or to meet up with some friends. When you walk in, you will notice that they have a great and energetic atmosphere, filled with bright colors. You can take your time looking over the menu or get some recommendations from the Fuzzy’s staff. They have a great indoor seating area with TV’s and music while they also have a relaxing, covered patio on the side of the building.

You can listen to Fuzzy’s manager, Raquel Ruiz, talk about the Downtown Arlington location on SoundCloud.

Personally, I am a huge Fuzzy’s Taco fan. I love tacos in general but I must say, Fuzzy’s has never let me down. My favorite Fuzzy’s Tacos are the pork, fish and beef fajita but the crawfish and chicken are not far behind. It really depends on what kind of mood I’m in on choosing the right taco because honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of them.

Fuzzy’s History:

Fuzzy’s has thrived since father and son, Alan and Chuck Bush, bought out the original location, on Berry Street in Fort Worth, in 2003 after only being opened for two years. The father-son duo loved the original concept and saw a lot of potential so they took on some partners and went for it. There are currently 78 locations with more to come.

Though not all of the locations are near college campuses, those locations have become very desired and popular. The original is near Texas Christian University, and since that location did so well, they quickly discovered a large crowd of theirs was college students.

If you are looking for a night of fun, with family and friends, go to Fuzzy’s Taco Shop to enjoy a nice evening on the patio, eating tacos and sipping down some frozen margaritas. 

Let’s taco ‘bout it…

What’s your favorite Fuzzy’s Taco? 

About the blogger: Kimberly Muchow is a born and raised Texan from the DFW area. A student at UTA, she enjoys spending her spare time appreciating all that Fort Worth has to offer, which she blogs about at Moo Who.