I think we have Taco Tuesday once a week and it’s usually on Tuesday! However, I’ve realized that making tacos is not such an easy meal. The cutting, chopping and shredding take up a lot of time.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone create Taco Tuesday for you and your family?
Then the heaven’s opened up on Facebook and I saw that Burt & Max’s in West Delray Beach was hosting Taco Tuesdays.
My taco prayers had been answered.
This Rapoport Restaurant Group is kicking off the summer season with Taco Tuesdays. Executive Chef Patrick Broadhead has raised the bar with his a la carte taco creations ranging from $4 to $5 each. Every Tuesday from 5 p.m. to close, guests can enjoy featured taco options. In addition to the tacos, the Tuesday menu will also feature traditional Mexican dishes. Don’t worry if your child doesn’t want tacos. Your standard chicken tenders were available for that not so festive child.
These 12 Taco Tuesday Menu Items You’ll Thank This Restaurant For.
We started with a Mexi Mule made with Herradura Silver, Ginger Beer, Fresh Lime Juice, and Orange Bitters. It was a much-needed libation after the car ride to the restaurant. Of course, chips and salsa were the perfect sidekicks for my little sidekicks.
The Nachos covered with ground beef, black beans Monterey jack cheese, pico de gallo, sour cream, and cilantro kept little hands busy reaching and crunching.
The Mexican Street Corn was served off the cob and for a good reason. My 6-year-old lost both front teeth so this side dish was perfect for her. Chipotle aioli, cotija cheese, and a little cilantro completed this spin on your traditional corn side dish.
I’m not sure I tried this dish. Somehow the Rice & Beans with green onions, pico de gallo, and cotija cheese was a winner and was barely shared by my 9-year-old.
This was one of my favorites. The Tostada Salad with grilled chicken and black beans featured toppings of chopped iceberg letter and avocado ranch dressing. A little pico de gallo and onion made it the perfect selection and for only $9.
The Chicken Fajita taco was my husband’s favorite. The peppers & onions, with melted Monterey jack cheese, and a scoop of guacamole on the soft taco shell was the perfect light bite.
I do love a traditional taco and the Gringo Style was delicious. Stuffed in a hard shell was ground beef, lettuce, chopped tomato, and topped with shredded Monterey jack cheese with a side of sour cream.
Nothing like a little kimchi slaw to make this Korean Short Rib taco a family fave. The chef adds hoisin bbq sauce, dynamite sauce, and tops it with crispy onions. Can you say winner?
I love fish tacos! It’s a nice change from just meat. Burt $ Max’s offers a Baja Fish that is sure to please. It’s corona batter along with cabbage slaw, pickled onion, crema, pico de gallo, and fresh cilantro is perfect for the fish lover.
Go for the Shrimp Al Pastor taco! At only $5, the pineapple salsa with the cabbage slaw makes this sweet and savory.
Thank you to Burt & Max’s for hosting me and my family for Taco Tuesday. It was a Tuesday I’ll never forget because I didn’t have to cook!
Burt & Max’s is located at the Delray Marketplace at 9089 West Atlantic Ave, Suite 100, Delray Beach.
For reservations call 561.638.6380. Burt & Max’s is open for lunch Mon-Fri starting at 11:30 a.m. and dinner nightly at 5 p.m. Brunch is available Saturdays and Sundays. Visit wwwburtandmaxs.com for more information.
Local Mom Scoop was invited to try the new Taco Tuesday menu at Burt & Max’s. All opinions are 100% my own.