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Taco Bamba Taqueria creates authentic authentic Mexican classics such as carne asada, fish, chorizo, etc., all the way to their house tacos such as the Taco Bamba, El Beso, and Al Pastor. Starting in July 2013 and to the delight of its myriad loyal customers, Taco Bamba began to serve daily the much anticipated Mexican Breakfast, starting at 6:30 AM. The breakfast men includes enchiladas, chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, sopes, torta and, of course,  the coveted breakfast tacos.

 

Business Hours

  • Monday - Saturday: 6:30 AM - 9:30 PM
  • Sunday: 6:30 AM - 9:00 PM
  • Breakfast (available all day starting at 6:30 AM)

Editorial Reviews

They're Here: Taco Bamba Adds Breakfast Tacos
Missy Frederick, DC.Eater.com | December 4, 2013

It's no secret Eater's a little obsessed with breakfast tacos, and now, there's another option to add to the list. Victor Albisu's Taco Bamba excited Falls Church and Tysons Corner-area residents with the promise of an early morning breakfast option, but the restaurant didn't open with morning hours. That's now changed.

It's Taco Bamba time: Victor Albisu's Falls Church taqueria opens June 17
Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post | June 12, 2013

"We're ready to go!" Victor Albisu told me yesterday — and I had to ask if I was hearing him correctly, that his long-awaited Taco Bamba in Falls Church was really, truly opening June 17. Sure enough, the chef of the freshly minted Del Campo in the District says he and his co-partner — his mother, Rosa Susinski, who owns a Latin market nearby — plan to start selling tacos, sopas and Mexican small plates from their new storefront beginning at lunch on Monday.

Victor Albisu To Open a Taqueria
Jessica Sidman, Washington City Paper | May 21, 2012

Victor Albisu Opening Taqueria in Falls ChurchAfter leaving his high-profile post at BLT Steak in March, chef Victor Albisu is finally re-emerging with a new project: an authentic Mexican taqueria in Falls Church. The dressed-down restaurant will be located two doors from a Latino market his mother owns called Plaza Latina on Pimmit Drive (right off Route 7). The 20-30-seat spot, which he's tentatively calling Taco Bamba, is expected to open in about a month.

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Features

  • Attire: Casual
  • Parking: Private Parking Lot
  • Average Price ( Per Person ): Under $10
  • Family Restaurant: Yes
  • Alcoholic Beverages: No Alcoholic Beverages
  • Carry Out: Yes
  • Outside Seating: No
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Information Not Available
  • Has TV: No
  • Takes Reservations: Yes
  • Cuisine: Mexican
  • Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

Restaurant ID: 342

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