i decided i’d share one of my favorite places to eat – TIPPY’s TACOS
! while documenting Tippy’s, i got to use my latest purchase, the sony dsc-t77
. (lugging the d300 isn’t always practical, so all the pics taken here are with the sony)
the sony is alright in performance. for it’s size and convenience i dont think i can complain all that much. i’ll write about it later.
anyways, on to Tippy’s…
tippys tacos - the best kept secret
when you first walk in, it’s like going back in time. you find old school seats and color palettes. they have a jukebox that i’ve never heard play – but then again it is older than me so it wouldnt surprise me that it doesnt work…
what you see when you first come in
totally retro seats
juke box that i've never heard play - but its still cool
i’ve been visiting Tippy’s long enough now that i don’t even look at the menu anymore. but when i show people what i get – this is what i show them. i order the same thing everytime – 3 soft tacos, a queso appetizer thingie, and a drink. so you might wonder about the pricing. well – it aint taco bell prices, so dont think you can get the entire menu under five bucks. between me and my man, we get about 7-8 tacos between the two of us, a queso dinner thingie, and a drink we split. cost if i recall is around $15 or so. and we always tip at least a buck or two – so make that about $16-17.
tippy's menu of amazingness
when you order your grub, they’ll bring you the sauce of goodness that comes in a little clear jar. be sure to put some of this onto whatever you end up ordering – its mighty tasty.
the tasty hot sauce
so depending on how busy they are – usually not too busy – the food comes out damn near as fast as it took you to find a seat.
yummy queso and chips!
yummy soft tacos!
so be sure you get to visit the nearest Tippy’s Taco House when you get a chance, it’s good stuff.
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