Revolver Taco Lounge
Dallas, TX 75226
- 11 a.m.–12 a.m. Tue-Sun
- Vegetarian Friendly, Takeout
- Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Brunch, Snack Food
- Full bar
- Private-group dining
- Metered, On-street
- Reservations Accepted
Top pick: Reserve a table Sunday at lunchtime to enjoy an extraordinary a-la-carte seafood brunch of octopus sushi, grilled whole fish, oysters and probably the city’s best seafood cocktail.
Fun fact: Revolver Taco Lounge got its name from Arturo Rojas, Regino’s father and Juanita’s husband, who occasionally washes the dishes when he’s not one of Texas’ most celebrated creators of elaborately designed and carved guns.
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