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Taco Cid, 1416 Charleston Highway: July 2014 (moved)   5 comments

Posted at 12:12 am in restaurants

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Well, I was going to wait until I got over to the area again to get some pictures of the abandoned old location, and the new location in operation, but that didn't happen this weekend, and there's been a lot of Taco Cid talk here lately, so I'll go ahead with what I've got.

Longtime local Mexican fast-food restaurant Taco Cid has moved from their Cayce location near Piggy Park and out to Airport Tec Plaza at 3313 Platt Springs Road.

They have moved into the old Marino's Bistro location and are now open, though they have not yet replaced the Marino's marquee.

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(Hat tip to commenter Mike)

UPDATE 21 August 2014 -- Here is the Charleston Highway location after closure:

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  1. Wow. Taco Cid has been at the Charleston Hwy location for years. I hope they can make it at their new location. I remember going there as a kid going to tacos on Friday evening.

    mike

    18 Aug 14 at 3:25 pm

  2. I wonder just how old that building is. I can remember when a guy named Jack owned all the Taco Cid's in Columbia, he told me his uncle started them back in (I can't remember the year he said) and that he and his wife worked for his uncle. Jack eventually took over operations (I do not know how Jack came to take over) and then Jack passed away at a very young age, in his 30's if memory serves me. I believe Taco Cid is still somehow still in the family.

    Rick

    18 Aug 14 at 4:11 pm

  3. Remember the controversial Taco Cid t-shirt from a few years ago about 'how to capture an illegal immigrant?'

    badger

    18 Aug 14 at 4:38 pm

  4. The buildings that housed the Decker and Broad River locations are still standing. Lord knows how much work has been done to them over the years as they transitioned from one business to another.

    Homer

    18 Aug 14 at 5:47 pm

  5. And the picture of the menu board makes be very hungry!!!

    Homer

    18 Aug 14 at 5:49 pm

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