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Wee Man's Chronic Tacos

Mexican food in Redondo Beach.

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A Quick Tip by lyssachttr

  • May 12, 2010
terrible. bad vibe, greasy food, interminable line, comatose workers. boo.
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Quick Tip by . May 10, 2010
posted in That's Beat
Line took forever!!! Food was terrible!!! Employees were all wack!! Never going back to this beat place!
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Really loyal, a little more lippy than I'd wish, love love love the beach and all things tropical, sneeze freakishly loud, love the F word, came of age in the Midwest during the 80's, get a lot … more
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Chronic Tacos, Inc. was founded in 2001 by Daniel A. Biello and Randall L. Wyner. The idea came after a long night of revelry in a west Newport Beach , CA shopping center close to where the friends had lived for the past 12 years. The concept was fast, fresh, made- to- order Mexican food that was far superior to that of the competition, with large portions and fresh salsa at a great price. Our food comes from authentic third generation recipes.... Thank you Bonilla Family.

Newport Beach was the first store to open its doors and show off all its 800 square feet on July 2, 2002. It was just in time to welcome thousands and to be broken in by the annual Newport Beach Fourth of July celebration. After opening the first store, Randall and Daniel took it easy for a while so they could perfect their system. By 2004, Chronic Tacos had became a local destination and the owners realized more and more customers returning not only from Newport but from nearby cities as well. It was at this point they realized it was time to expand. In 2005 they opened Chronic Tacos in Huntington Beach and took the concept to the next level, offering beer and wine, pool tables and a jukebox. The HB locals thoroughly embraced them. Chronic Tacos then became a franchiseable company, forming Chronic Tacos Enterprises and opening its first franchise in San Clemente on April 20, 2006with a turnout of over 1,000 hungry and excited locals. There are now more than 25 Chronic Tacos throughout California, ...
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