Review: Mexican rice bowls, frozen margaritas and cool vibes at Tazon in Fullerton

Despite critic Brad A. Johnson's feelings about the runaway rice bowl trend, he admits this modern Mexican cafe is undeniably charming.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • February 14, 2019
A new fast-casual Mexican restaurant has opened in downtown Fullerton. Tazon is a modern taqueria concept that is probably inspired by the success of vibrant, like-minded predecessors such as Pour Vida and Urbana (both in Anaheim) or maybe even...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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