Dis Taco, the Mexican food spinoff from Chef Cam Boudreaux and April Bellow, the team behind Killer Poboys, will serve their last meal this Saturday.
Open for just over a year, Dis Taco has been turning out chorizo tacos and Chihuahua cheese quesadillas in the rear courtyard of Molly's at the Market, making it a go-to spot for a delicious, late night drunk meal.
"Dis Taco just didn't really catch on. We gave it a shot for almost a year," said Boudreaux.
While the quality dining option will certainly be missed on Decatur Street, fans of Killer Poboys, have no fear: the flagship space will remain open in its cozy rear digs at Erin Rose Bar (811 Conti) and may be making an appearance at this year's Po-Boy Fest in November.
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This looks great.