Columbus sails the ocean blue and discovers that not only is the world round, jalapeno ranch is far superior to regular ranch.
Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, and Robert Livingston drafted the Declaration of Independence. It starts, “We the people, in order to form a more perfect taco combo.”
Thomas Edison develops the first practical incandescent light bulb. He celebrates his success with Tex-Mex.
Color television is introduced in the United States, stunning Americans with tantalizing imagery of rich green guacamole.
Neil Armstrong sets foot on the moon. He says, “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind — and breakfast tacos.”
Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings release the album "Wanted: The Outlaws," which was originally titled "Wanted: The Tex-Mex."
J.R. Ewing is shot by a mysterious assailant, leaving Dallas fans everywhere in a heightened state of anxiety. The only cure? Taco Joint.
Walker Texas Ranger debuts starring Chuck Norris and his beloved firearm, "Nachos."
Corey McCauley and Josh "Dr. J" Fox have their mind on their tacos and tacos on their mind.
The very first Taco Joint opens on Peak Street, and Co-Owner Jeffrey Kowitz joins the crew, blowing the minds of Dallasites everywhere with the addition of brisket tacos and lines that stretched out the door.
Some "important" newspaper leaks the secrets of great eating in Dallas, highlighting The Taco Joint. A Watergate-esque frenzy ensues.
Taco Joe and the invaluable Chapulin join the TJ familia.
The Taco Joint becomes the best thing to happen to Lakewood … since well … Lakewood. Hangovers everywhere rejoice.
Porkiladas and the Richardson location get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the hearts of North Texans everywhere.
Fourth time's a charm! The Preston Center location opens on “the historic side” across from the parking garage.