The second taco stop with like ba-gillion more to go. Luckily, Iowa is pumping out the quality Mexican experience at its highest frequency ever. We travel to the Cedar County seat and check out the local Tipton taco authority. You need a road trip and this is just the reason that you are looking for. Don’t argue just get going to Tipton…..
Traveling through the county roads of Iowa, you always see some of the iconic sights and landmarks of rural Midwestern Americana. Rolling hills of farmland, countless wind turbines, local produce stands, and……plenty of Mexican restaurants. No matter what the size of the community, we all know there’s a market for culinary masterpieces our friends from down south specialize in. Tipton has its section of customers covered.
There was a statewide wind advisory on this day and it put us right in the mood for a taco run. So does light fog, thunder snow, bigfoot sightings, Ken Burns documentaries, deodorant commercials….
Not only does Mi Tierra cook up some great food, the atmosphere of their restaurant is unique and is literally a piece of original art.
There’s a lot more of Iowa to cover and with that comes a lot of tacos. You’ve been warned. Get the meat marinated, the guacamole rolled out, and the salsa flowing. Team Goodvin may just be gallivanting through your doors at any time. Thank you, Mi Tierra!
Be sure to read about our other taco discoveries in the communities of Albia, Bettendorf, Columbus Junction, Coralville, Davenport, Fairfield, Fort Madison, Iowa City, Kalona, Knoxville, Lamoni, Muscatine, North Liberty, Ottumwa, Solon, Storm Lake, Tama, Tipton, Toledo, Wapello, Washington, Waterloo, West Branch, West Liberty, and Winfield. One of these towns will be awarded Best Hometown Tacos in December of 2016!
Thanks for reading! -Team Goodvin