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May 16, 2019
Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop is wrapping up construction of its third Sioux Falls restaurant and expects to open May 23.
The west-side restaurant in Roosevelt Marketplace on Sertoma Avenue north of 41st Street will feature the same menu and prices as the other sites, said Ana Coconi, whose family owns the business. It will have a drive-thru and will be open 24 hours a day, every day of the week.
Giliberto’s came to Sioux Falls in 2015, opening in the former Long John Silver’s building on Minnesota Avenue. It expanded to East 10th Street a year later.
The restaurants feature an extensive menu, with everything from street tacos and burritos to enchiladas and chimichangas. Breakfast items such as huevos rancheros and a Spanish omelet are served all day. The cooks also make traditional soup menudo on the weekends.
The restaurant also is the home of the Burrito Loco, which takes two 14-inch flour tortillas to hold everything. It’s stuffed with shrimp, steak, chorizo, chile relleno, rice, beans, cheese, lettuce, guacamole and sour cream.
The restaurant is the sixth location for the family, which is originally from Guanajuato, Mexico, Coconi said. They opened the first one in Moab, Utah, and in addition to Sioux Falls, expanded to Willmar and St. Cloud, Minn. Giliberto’s also is opening in June in Blaine, Minn., a suburb on the north side of the Twin Cities.
Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop is wrapping up construction of its third Sioux Falls restaurant