The Top Tacos in Marin County

These restaurants have not just good tacos, but tacos that you just can’t stop eating! From the traditional to non-traditional, these are some of the best tacos not only just in Marin County, but in the Bay Area.  

Copita Tequileria Y Comida 

Nothing but delicious food is served out of this Mexico City outpost in Sausalito. Chef Daniel Tellez won’t steer you in the wrong direction. One of my favorite things on the menu are the Fried Pork Belly Tacos. Can you say bottomless mimosas on the weekend? (take-out and 8 outdoor tables.) Copitarestaurant.com

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Pacific Catch 

We’ve got some fresh catches coming out of this Westcoast Fish House in Corte Madera. Should not miss the Seared Ahi Tuna ‘Sushi’ Tacos! Pacificcatch.com  

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Picante Taqueria 

So many taco choices, and so little time. The fast-casual taqueria has 10 outdoor tables in San Rafael is worth a stop. Don’t miss the Carne Asada Tacos with extra spicy salsa. (415) 485-6050

Playa 

Their expansive 16 table patio, with fire pits and views of beautiful murals is the perfect setting for their spit-roasted Al Pastor Tacos drenched in a grilled pineapple salsa, get two orders, you won’t regret it. Playamv.com  

Hook Fish Co. 

Try some of the best catches in Marin at this new Mill Valley hot spot. Sit down on their 12 table patio, get a beer and get the fish tacos. Hookfishco.com

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The 2020 Food Category was sponsored by California Film Institute.


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Troy Quintillan-Rios

Bay Area-native Troy Quintillan-Rios loves everything food and is constantly looking for the newest and greatest things to eat and drink in Marin County and San Francisco. Witness his passion on Instagram (@destroyeats), which has a huge following thanks to his mouth-watering food photography. When he’s not on social media, he’s managing restaurants and has been in the industry for 10 years. In his free time, Quintillan-Rios enjoys hiking Marin’s trails, sunbathing on the beach and cooking with his husband at home.