There’s a tiny ATM-turned-taco stand in Dunedin, and it’s aptly named Taco Baby

And it’s been around since 2019.

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Taco Baby in Dunedin, Florida.


If you’ve been looking for a tiny taco stand, you can find it in Dunedin at 235 Main St. Taco Baby is an ATM turned taqueria, and it’s been fulfilling Tampa Bay’s taco needs since 2019.

The menu is simple: chips and queso or chips and salsa, yucatan popsicles, nachos with your choice of chicken, jackfruit or pork and, of course, tacos with the same meat offerings.

There are also a few soda options, including Jarritos mango and Squirt—plus the topping options are pretty endless.

The taco stand is open 7 days a week, 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 11:30 a.m.-sunset on Sunday. The seating is outdoor, so you’re more than welcome to bring the pups along.

If you want to keep up with all the latest, including limited specials, you can follow @eattacobaby on Instagram.

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