The Taco Guild is a well-known gastropub in Phoenix, AZ. It is housed in a building that used to be a church and since 2012, no God could be found there. Except the God of great taste and smooth drinks, that is. I wonder what that God’s name would be? Mail your suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will laugh all night!
We were a group of six asking for seats at 7:15 pm on Thursday. The place was packed, as we could see from the outside, and there would be a 20 minute wait. We mozied on up to the bar and ordered beers all around!
The drink menu was incredible! They had about fifty different kinds of tequila and a handful of drinks you could have made with it. Since I had been drinking at the Comic Con all day and i’m not into barfing, I didn’t try any tequila this time. But I had a wonderful IPA called Mother Road Tower Station and Sean tried a Lumberyard Red Ale, both were crafted in Flagstaff.
After the first round, came the second! I tried a Pilsner and Sean stuck with the Red Ale. Pilsner was also the choice drink for Babra, Ck, & Wade but Carie went with a Blonde Ale. The craft brews were satisfying and not flat. It’s just a thing I have about flat beers. A lot of places have flat taps and they either don’t know or don’t give a shit. But Taco Guild is a respectable kind of place that wouldn’t think of serving flat booze.
Finally, we got seated at a table and settled into the menu. Spoiler alert! I ordered a burrito instead of taco’s and I got a shit load of fun harassment from my friend, Ck. If you even care to read about it, here is the link to the page I wrote that night in the hotel room just to be a dumbass. Burrito @ The Taco Guild
The food menu is only two pages but every choice is mouth-watering. They have veggie burritos and veggie tacos for vegetarians and I loved that.
Needless to say, I enjoyed my burrito and the time I got to spend with my friends. The Taco Guild rules and I will definitely be back here next year when we invade Phoenix for the Con again.