The Taco Shop at Underdog's

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1824 Irving St (at 19th Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 566-8700
Tacos, Sports Bar
$ $
Mon: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Tue–Sat: 11:30 AM–Midnight Sun: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Go to Underdog's Sports Bar & Grill and make sure to order your taco "nicks way"
  • Every Friday, this local favorite offers 50-cent margaritas from 6pm6:30pm. This spot features Nicks famous crispy tacos, and on Tuesdays theyre priced at $2 and featured alongside $2 Tecates.
  • Try Nick's Baja-style fish's #10 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
  • Baja fish tacos Nick's way mmmm. Their service is spotty. They'll either be really awesome or really horrible. The bartender was also kind of a dickhole but whateva!
  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2011 Winner Editorial Pick BEST TACO TUESDAYNick Fasanella's Nick's Crispy Tacos and the Underdogs sports bar host the best Taco Tuesday in town....
  • Rawk!! You are in-the-know cause this is the real spot for crispy tacos from Nick. Get it Nick's way or lose your citizenship.
  • Carnitas and Baha style fish tacos nicks way
  • Baja style fish tacos Nick's way awesomeness. Margaritas and fresh salsa.
  • $1 Margarita Fridays. Don't miss it, you'll be sad.
  • Delicious watermelon agua fresca!
  • The Baja-style fish taco combines a huge fillet of deep-fried whitefish with plenty of guacamole and all the fixings, served in both crisp and soft corn tortillas to prevent spillage.
  • I love Jamie. Her margaritas are SERIOUSO
  • Play the tabletop Pac-Mans, and an Asteroids machine while enjoying a delicious soft taco with a grilled corn tortilla!
  • California burrito, carne asada, con todo.
  • Oh and tacos....nicks way is the way to go!!!
  • I love down the street. I love this place and there amazing tacos and burritos!! Always a great vibe :)
  • Everyone here raves about tacos Nick's way. But one of the secret gems here are the quesadillas. They don't disappoint.
  • Order the Elote.
  • Order any taco Nick's Way
  • Make sure you speak up and wave at the bartenders. They seem to have a hard time hearing you over the jukebox and noise of the crowd