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Longtime food truck owner launches brick and mortar taco kitchen in Clintonville

Longtime food truck owner launches brick and mortar taco kitchen in Clintonville

Jack McLaughlin

Daniel McCarthy, the creatorof Tatoheads Food Truck, which ran in multiple stints from 2011 until last fall, has pivoted from mobile to brick and mortar operations with his newest project.

And that means tacos are on the menu for Clintonville

Tipsy Tacos, a new spot offering tacos, nachos, burritos and more, has officially opened for business inside Brewstirs Beechwold Tavern, which is located at 4955 Arbor Village Dr., at the intersection of N. High Street and Morse Road.

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The concept held its official grand opening on June 6, although McCarthy had been a fixture at the Clintonville bar before this.

After stepping in by request at the Brewstir’s kitchen last October, he was invited back this May. And a month after setting up shop, Tipsy Tacos was asked to stay for good.

For McCarthy, the partnership is mutually beneficial, and he sees the concept staying at brewster’s long-term. 

“I’m a service-oriented person, so I like this format,” he said. “I like being able to help out a local place.”

The concept offers approachable food with a culinary flair, with menu items like al pastor tacos with pineapple salsa and carne asada tacos with a jalapeño, cilantro and lime sauce.

Tipsy Tacos is open Monday and Tuesday from 4-10 p.m., and Wednesday through Sunday, from 1to-10 p.m.

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