Indoor sating and tables in Bartaco next to potted plants.


Mon: 11am – late
Tue: 11am – late
Wed: 11am – late
Thu: 11am – late
Fri: 11am – late
Sat: 11am – late
Sun: 11am – late


Mexican eatery Bartaco welcomed its third location to Miami, this time in the vibrant neighborhood of Coconut Grove. The newest outpost is unique among the pack, serving as the flagship Miami location with plans of becoming the neighborhood’s go-to hub for tacos and coastal vibes.

Residing in a restored 1973 building, the two-story establishment pays homage to the city’s roots with a green and white color palette and Art Deco-style details throughout the décor. The wraparound second floor surrounds a cavernous light-filled atrium, while design details such as the arched stucco walls and vintage pendant lights accentuate the outdoorsy, verdant theme.

Inspired by the beach culture of Brazil, Uruguay, and Southern California, Bartaco offers a coastal take on upscale street food with a scratch-made menu. The menu offerings also happen to be inherently gluten-free, ranging from the tacos to the rice bowls to the salads. Choose from popular taco orders such as the duck birria, pork belly and baja fish or delight in signature dishes such as the chicken tortilla soup and tuna tatako, served in a crispy Bibb lettuce wrap.

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