Interior work on the new District Taco restaurant on Lee Highway is well underway.
What was once Restaurant Vero is now morphing into a brick-and-mortar version of the popular taco cart. Some walls have been painted yellow, and a long metal counter has been installed. The black and white checkered floor and the pressed metal ceiling has remained the same.
Owner Osiris Hoil is hoping to open at some point next week, but the date is still in flux.
Meanwhile, the store is hiring cooks, servers and managers, according to a sign in the window. Anyone interested in a position should email jobs [at] districttaco.com.
After the jump, a first look at DT’s menu.
Tacos – Burritos – Quesadillas
– Carnitas (pork)
– Poc-Chuc (pork)
– Carne Asada (Beef)
– Pollo Asado (Chicken)
– Ceviche (shrimp)
– Frijoles Pintos Vejetarianos (Pinto Beans)
– Frijoles Negros (Black Beans)
Chips and Salsa
Side of Beans and Rice.
– Egg and Cheese
– Egg Whites
– Veggie (Pinto Beans, Grilled Veggies and Cheese)
– Huevos Racheros
– Sour Cream
– Fresh Jalapenos
– Pico de Gallo
– Sautéed Onions
– Raw Onions
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