The Story of Daytona Beach Seafood Tacos
Daytona Beach Seafood Tacos is Airdrie's only seafood taco truck. We provide a light flare street taco wrapped up with your choice of a variety fillings: beef, chicken, cod, mahi-mahi, shrimp, fresh cabbage, freshly make Pico de Gallo or mango salsas along with our in-house-made aioli and garnished with a complementary microgreen. We also offer seasonal cheesecake chimichangas- apple pie, key lime, pumpkin pie and strawberry all with a delicious topping to finish off your meal. We want to serve you great food, have some fun and make our customers happy, the results are delicious!
We are getting the hefty girl ready for the season.
"It’s been cool to see and be part of the transformation this stepvan has undergone!
I love the vision! All of a sudden, I crave a taco flavour explosion!"
Daytona Beach in Nose Creek Park in Airdrie Ab
Food Truck to be
Inside the Gutted Food Truck
Daytona Beach Kids Coloring Sheets
Daytona Beach Seafood Taco Truck Entrance Door
Daytona Beach Seafood Taco Truck Logo
Daytona Beach Seafood Taco Truck Paint Job
Daytona Beach Truck Maintenance
A Little Taco Trivia
Ralph Rubio is widely credited with popularizing the Baja-style fish taco in the early 1980s (via San Diego Magazine). Baja, a fishing town in San Diego, was known for its beer-battered tacos, complete with corn tortilla, cabbage, and Mexican crema.
Modern fish tacos emerged in the 1950s in the Baja city of either Ensenada or San Felipe; it's an ongoing debate, with both cities claiming to be the "home" of the fish taco. From their tiny stands, street vendors in these cities produced simple, inexpensive fare fast.
We were a participant in
Alberta On The Plate Festival
and this is our submission
"The Bowled and Beautiful
Bison Taco Bowl"
Have a Spec-Taco-ular Day!