Now Serving Brunch
Saturdays 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Enjoy traditional Mexican breakfast items like Huevos Rancheros and Chilaquiles. Bottomless Mimosas made with local JJ Juice.
Beer and Wine Selection
Our Key Lime Pie is made by Lighthouse Seafood in Lake Mary and delivered fresh to Hunger Street Tacos. It is a creamy custardy pie, with just the right amount of lime tartness.
We love specials! We are happy to offer our customers the following daily specials:
Monday: Meatless Monday.
$1 off Mushroom and Squash Blossom Quesadillas. $1 off Hibiscus & Guac Taco.
Tuesday: Taco Tuesday!
All tacos $2.50!
Wednesday: Wine Wednesday!
Half off house wines (Cabernet and Chardonnay), $1 off premium wines, $5 House-made Sangrias
Thursday: Juevebes! (Thirsty Thursday)
$2 12-oz can beers, $2 off big beers (Corona Familiar 32 oz, Modelo Especial 24 oz and Pacifico 24 oz), $5 house-made Sangrias.
Have a lot of people who want to order lunch?
It’s easy with Hunger Street Taco’s Fax Order Form. Just pass this around to everyone and let them fill out their order. Fax to us and call to confirm. Your lunches can be packed individually and will be ready to pick up before you know it.
We take painstaking measures to make sure our unique ingredients are of the highest quality and our recipes faithfully represent traditional Mexican cooking.
Our walls have been conceived and painted by Lapiztola, a collective consisting of the designers Roberto Vega and Rosario Mtz, and architect Yankle Balderas, based in Oaxaca, Mexico, in collaboration with artist Liseth Amaya.
“I have now been here a few times and brought more people with me every time. This place is SO GOOD. My fiancé and I are obsessed with the mushroom quesadilla but have held out on getting it the past few times so we could try more of the menu. Everything has such an amazing flavor and it’s definitely the best place to stop for tacos in the Orlando area. Cant wait to go back!”
Hunger Street brings gourmet street taco trend to Winter Park’s main drag.They took a liking to Mexican cuisine as children of missionaries in Guadalajara, and as far as bringing south-of-the-border tastes to Winter Park, consider their mission accomplished.