Django Western Taco

Django Western Taco’s name is inspired by the coffin-dragging gunslinger Django (played by Franco Nero) in the 1966 Sergio Corbucci spaghetti western. Look for food from the American West, with cornbread, cowboy stew, authentic molcajete (a mixed grill served in a stone bowl), and tacos among some of the À la carte items (priced so that you won’t need a fistful of dollars). Expect the “high energy, fast casual, down and dirty, mud-on-your boots” restaurant to be open seven days a week, noon to midnight (dinner only on Mondays; later on weekends), with a full bar, rock ‘n roll soundtrack, and even a “cowboy shoot-’em-up video game.” 

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