Today is Tuesday, so I bring you another installment in my Taco Tuesday series. I've been having fun with this ongoing series, and I hope that you are enjoying them. There are just so many Taco Tuesday options around the city!
Last week, our hunt brought us to Grillers Pub in Parma. Located on State Road, just a quick drive up the street from the 480 exit, the building is nothing to look at. It's just your typical Parma dive bar, but with plenty of parking in their own lot and a nice big sign so you can't miss the place.
There are only a small handful of booths and tables in the bar, so saddling up on a stool at the bar is really your best option. It provided us with great eavesdropping opportunities, and easy access to the bartender for drinks and food orders.
"R" and I wanted to try something off of their regular menu, so we shared an order of the Fried Reuben Balls ($5.50). Made fresh in-house with their own corned beef and sauerkraut, and served with Thousand Islands dressing.
Now, on to the tacos. They had two options that evening. The special of the night was Ground Beef Tacos with a Black Bean Corn Salsa (3 for $6). Dining Deals Alert!
The standard taco that is served every Tuesday was a Pork Carnitas ($2 each, minimum of two).
Other than some missteps from the bartender, and our friend never being able to place an order for food, we enjoyed our excursion to Griller's. According to the bartender, they also have great burgers. I do have to note that by the time we left, we were the only ones in the bar. The handful of other patrons had left far before us, and it was only around 8:00PM. I guess that means no wait on seating or your food, right?
Where to next? I've hit almost all of the Taco Tuesday spots that were originally suggested. Where is your favorite place that I haven't been to yet?
5455 State Road