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Antique Taco Plans Location Inside Dusek's Downtown Food Hall

Other vendors will be revealed as the opening approaches

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The folks behind Dusek's (16" On Center) have revealed their first food vendor inside their massive food hall they plan on opening later this summer. Loop lunchers at Revival Food Hall will find food from Antique Tacoreported Chicago. This mini version of the popular Wicker Park taco joint is appropriately called Antique Taco Chiquito.

Chiquito —which translates to "tiny" in Spanish— will have a menu that includes a best of from Antique Taco's menu on Milwaukee Avenue. It will also include breakfast items. Chicago mentioned chorizo and egg empanadas, skillet tacos, as well as a tribute to Mexican fresh-fruit carts, called the "market fruit shaker."

Revival will open inside The National office building development at Clark and Adams, and 16" On Center will reveal the other vendors as the opening grows closer. Curbed Chicago has more on the overall project. This represents Antique Taco's second expansion.