Sunday, October 22, 2017

It’s Football Sunday! Need food for the game today? Had a rough night watching ‘Big Brother’ last night?


Have you been to Tacos Al Carbon yet in our City of Lake Worth? Still smarting from that 42-13 loss to Penn State last night? Well! Drown those blue away with a cold beer and some excellent Mexican food later this afternoon or tonight (eat in or take-out: 561-812-3565).

Tacos Al Carbon has big screen TVs and maybe you’ll even get to see clips of that exciting Michigan State game yesterday.

And there’s more news: Tacos Al Carbon is now a stop on the Lake Worth Taste History Culinary Tour.

You know what that means: Tacos Al Carbon
is now “The cat’s meow”!

“Expression referring to something that is considered outstanding; coined by American cartoonist Thomas A. Dorgan (1877–1929).”

And a prediction: Before long a TV news crew or press reporter will show up and interview neighbors of Tacos Al Carbon complaining of traffic and parking problems and how they can’t sleep at night in their house just steps away from Dixie Hwy., a major thoroughfare, that’s been lagging much to long and in need of an economic boost.

Anyhow:

Have you been to Tacos Al Carbon yet? No?
What are you waiting for!
The staff is absolutely dazzling and courteous,
smiles all around at Tacos Al Carbon!
See more pictures below.

Tacos Al Carbon is now open for business (details below, address and contact information). This is one more indication, more proof that our City has eclipsed Delray Beach! Why else would Tacos Al Carbon skip over Delray?

Because the City of Lake Worth is the one and
only “Hometown Destinations” in all of
Palm Beach County:
The food and service at Tacos Al Carbon is incredible. Located at 2200 N. Dixie Hwy; call 561-812-3565: “100% Comida Mexicana”.

The inside of Tacos Al Carbon is impressively spacious with plenty of seating, bright and colorful. The acoustics in the two dining rooms are very pleasant as well.

Did I say “two dining rooms”? Yes!
There are two rooms with high-def TVs.
Even though a lot of people were picking up orders called in, the seated guests dont feel crowded in. There’s plenty of room for everyone to
mingle and dine.

The view from the back dining room which
leads into the kitchen.
When I took a peak beyond the kitchen door one of the cooks said, Hola! Bienvenidos a Tacos Al Carbon!” The kitchen was also spacious
and very bright.

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