Taqueria el Sol Brings Authentic Mexican to Marshfield
Since its opening in 2014, Taqueria el Sol has grown to be one of the top restaurants in Marshfield. The name Taqueria de Sol was inspired by the phrase el sol sale para todos.’ [the sun shines for everyone].
Mexican artwork is mounted on walls painted green, yellow, and red. Tables and chairs from Guadalajara are painted with suns—the restaurant’s name can be translated as “taco restaurant of the sun”— and colorful patterns.
The sun, an ancient symbol of hope in Mexico, is painted onto every table in the restaurant in different settings, one with mountains in the background, another with a village.
Ingredients are fresh, and the salsa and guacamole are made daily. Fajitas, burritos, and of course tacos make up the menu with recipes that come straight from Mexico. Taqueria el Sol’s bestselling dish and local specialty is Al Pastor, which is a marinated pork that uses special ingredients.
The restaurant also offers a lot of vegetarian options and blended fruit drinks called Aguas Frescas, made from scratch in flavors like pineapple.
Those who want something to-go can call ahead and pick it up. They also take reservations in advance and have hosted large groups in their back room, which fits 30-40 people.
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