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Inside Tacolicious, Now in Full Swing on Chestnut

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[Photos: Jennifer Yin, 1/22/10]

Here we have a look at the revamped interior of the artist formerly known at Laiola. After closing on New Year's Eve, the restaurant went dark and underwent a quick remodel, reemerging last week as Tacolicious. The general layout remains the same, and the entirely new concept aside, the biggest changes to the space itself are a new paint job, new furniture and a bevy of new artwork, ranging from Paul Madonna prints to a giant wrestler portrait. The menu has more than tacos too; now open for both lunch and dinner, until midnight. Let's hear those early reactions, either in the comments or to the tipline.
· The Dish: Tacolicious Debuts [~ESF~]
· Laiola to Transform Completely Into Tacolicious [~ESF~]

Tacolicious

1129 Manhattan Avenue, , CA 90266 Visit Website

Tacolicious

2031 Chestnut St, San Francisco CA

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