A tale of two tacos:This is not the authentic corner taco shop of rural North Carolina. I knew that going in this was a bar with a great draft list and good margaritas and that tacos were the salt to build more thirst.With that said these are also not $2 tacos that blow your mind in the little bitty corn tortilla, this is more oriented towards chips and salsa and service and let me get you another beer. All that's fine, I enjoy that, but the two tacos I ordered were in contrast to one another.Taco number one. Oh yum. The very helpful person at the bar indicated that I could not go wrong ordering the al pastor taco. She was right. Tender very nicely spiced pork with cheese melted onto the tortilla made a lovely comforting combination. Knowing that it was not the typical taco shop, I was still surprised when it came with little shredded chip pieces on the top and jalapenos sliced. Nevertheless the combo of jalapenos and pork and cheese and that wonderfully soft warm tortilla made for a taco absolutely worth eating. I would order it again and recommend it to others, including you, dear fellow taco lover.In contrast, in spite of the recommendation of this very same helpful person, I did not find the chicken taco to be everything that it built itself up to be. Clearly it's not the chicken's fault. It would be hard to blame a chicken even if it was their fault. But there was a lot of show and not that much substance. Wait let me correct that, there was actually too much substance. Imagine if you will a nearly soggy but once crisp corn tortilla that is cold, slathered with guacamole and nested around a lukewarm soft corn tortilla holding the remainder of the chicken filling pico de gallo and other ingredients, all stitched together in a large zigzag pattern of sour cream. Sounds kind of good right? Seems like it would have potential yes? Well it does, it has potential to be very very messy, confuse your taste buds with a mixture of hot and cold that just doesn't seem to blend well, and then get down to the core of the bite which is chicken that was not spiced that well, according to my taste. I saw others around me ordering this taco, and enjoying it immensely. All of which is to say that this might be a great menu option for you, it just wasn't for me. So while I may not personally recommend it, I'm not saying anything dire about it.I will reiterate that this is a bar that also serves good tacos, has very helpful staff, a wide selection of draft beers, and a pretty good understanding of what a good margarita should be. Recommended.