Wednesdays are one of the highlights of my week during the WVU Medicine Farmers Market season. I get as excited about eating Garcia’s Latin Market tacos for lunch as I do about the bounty of fresh, local fruits and vegetables. My staple taco order is two bean and potato tacos on corn or flour tortillas with homemade salsa and jalapenos for $6.25.
Homemade corn or flour tortillas are warmed and browned on a grill at the Garcia’s Farmers Market stand. Other taco options include chorizo sausage and potato, ground beef, and chipotle BBQ pork (spicy or regular). Rotating taco specials are chicken, Texas chopped beef, shredded pork carnitas, and more. Onions and shredded cheese are also topping options in addition to homemade salsa and jalapenos.
Sometimes, I double my Garcia’s taco order and have the other two bean and potato tacos for lunch on Thursday. I’ll also add diced avocado to each tortilla if I’m on the ball with my grocery shopping and have an avocado on hand.
As Farmers Market season winds down in October, I’m relishing each Wednesday Garcia’s Latin Market taco lunch. Visit Garcia’s Latin Market at 143 High Street for breakfast tacos, lunch tacos, guacamole, chips and salsa, desserts and more.
Other food vendors available at the 2015 WVU Medicine Farmers Market include Soul Brothers, The Greeks, Martin’s BBQ and Taziki’s Mediterranean Café.