Reader: Littleton Taco House Is a Family Tradition
Littleton Taco House, before the remodeling job started.
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Littleton Taco House — one of only three locations in a homegrown chain that got its start in 1958 — has been closed for weeks since a roof-repair job turned into a major project. The eatery occupies a mid-century modern building that Colorado preservationists want to save — and Mexican food fans want to make sure Taco House returns, too. Says Ed:
Oh, man. I live down the street and I had no idea what was taking soooolong. I miss the breakfast burritos....thanks for the info and great articles!
But Joslyn disagrees:
Their food SUCKS. I could care less it's closed. You know your Mexican food sucks when even Taco Bell sounds better.
It's a family tradition...we go to the Littleton History Museum and Taco House for lunch. It may not be the absolute best food, but it's a friendly staff and happy memories.
Have you eaten at any of the Taco House locations? What do you think of the food? The Littleton building?
1390 W. Littleton Blvd.
Littleton, CO 80120
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