The 200-seat Mexican restaurant does biscuits and gravy tacos for brunch, too. A link has been sent to your friend’s email address.

The city’s taquerias serve tacos packing meats you might not have ever considered eating and may not know how to pronounce. Don’t be intimidated.

They’re worth the adventure. Liz Biro/IndyStar Choose the taco shell.

Choose the filling, toppings, sauces and cheese at Condado, a 200 seat Mexican restaurant coming to 824 Broad Ripple Ave. in summer 2018.

(Photo: Condado) Condado Tacos from Columbus, Ohio, is developing its first Indianapolis restaurant at 834 Broad Ripple Ave., in the string of buildings that last hosted Village Tap Room. Vegans and vegetarians have filling options, too: roasted mushrooms, barbecue jack fruit, Thai chili-seasoned tofu, sweet potato hash.  A whole weekend of tacos: Indy taco fest is back, for 2 days this time Authentic tacos: 8 tacos you must eat in Indy Whatever you choose, the Condado team promises fresh ingredients that are made from scratch daily. Read more from…

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