Taqueria Luciano to Open This Weekend

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From the words of the former owners of Asian BBQ (and as far as I know, still the owners of the building) and confirmed by their own Facebook page, Taqueria Luciano is supposed to open their new brick-and-mortar store at 3230 Reynolda Road in Winston-Salem, this Saturday, January 18 at 11am.

The new restaurant was announced in December at the same time as the announcement at Asian BBQ would be shutting its doors.

Luciano Perez makes fantastic, and authentic Mexican cuisine and I always love it when his truck is someplace that I am. Sometimes I even hunt him down. He will continue to run his food truck but this is a great time for his brick-and-mortar to kick off.

Congratulations, Luciano!

Updated hours:

Monday to Thursday 11 am to 9 pm
Friday and Saturday 11 am to 10 pm
Sunday 11 am to 8 pm

The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast Episode 136

Luciano Perez of Taqueria Luciano (©WFUIQ)

In Episode #136 proudly recorded in The Less Desirables Studios at The Lab at Industry Hill:

Tim and Ray talk about:

  • Asian BBQ closes within a year of opening.
  • Taqueria Luciano to open brick-and-mortar in Asian BBQ spot.
  • Payper Plates closes in Clemmons, looks for new location with dining room.
  • Spruce Street Garden Craft Tavern opens.
  • Buzzed Bull Creamery opening in old Gloria’s Subs location.
  • Carrabba’s has Behringer Wine Dinner December 17 (go here for reservations) and Feast of Seven Fishes on December 18 (here for rezzies)
  • Food holidays and history.

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Bon Appetit!