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Top Tacos from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

When it comes to hand-held foods, a fully customizable taco is incomparable. Follow Guy Fieri's lead to find the best ones from across the country.

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Pork Belly Tacos — Cosecha Cafe (Oakland)

Chef and owner Dominica Rice-Cisneros has worked in top kitchens in California, New York and Mexico, and she brings a range of experience in creating these impressive tacos. A slab of pork belly roasts in the oven for close to two hours before it's sliced, salted and seared in a pan for a crusty edge.
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Fish Tacos — Haggo's Organic Taco (Leucadia, California)

Owner James Haggard cooks in true California style, using fresh and organic ingredients, including free-range chicken and farm-raised beef. Organic halibut is seasoned and blackened, then topped with crema and a cabbage slaw for his signature fish taco.
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Beef Barbacoa Taco — Lone Star Taco Bar (Allston, Massachusetts)

Chef Max Toste said he was obsessed with Mexican food when he opened Lone Star with two friends. Now he serves real-deal Mexican street food on the East Coast. He smokes and roasts beef brisket for eight hours before shredding it for this dish.
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Pork Sisig Taco — Senor Sisig (San Francisco)

Cruising all around the city, Senor Sisig is a food truck that fuses Mexican and Filipino foods. Sisig is a traditional chopped pork filling based in a soy sauce marinade. It's wrapped in a corn tortilla and doused with cilantro cream sauce and fresh jalapenos.
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