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Flavor File: Taps y Tapas opens, Big Hops and Habanero’s to add locations

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In the mood for kimchi tacos? Takoriya, the Mexican-Korean fusion food truck, has reopened after a lengthy hiatus. Owner JK Song is dishing out Mex-Korean snacks including kimchi-filled bowls and burritos at area H-E-Bs and The Block (14530 Roadrunner Way).

In a special Pearl Farmer's Market promotion last Saturday, Meatopia slashed its price by a third for in-person purchases at the Market that day only, but I bet prices will continue to drop in the days leading up to the November 3 event.*

In case you were running out of places to eat Mexican food, Cha-Cha’s (2026 Babcock) is reopening. A call to the second location on Bandera confirmed that the family-owned restaurant is opening its doors on November 1. The Babcock location had closed in early March.

*This article has been updated from the original.

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