Seoul Taco

Tacos, margaritas and competition

Last Thursday’s Taco-Rita Showdown marked an unusual foray into the 21+ social scene in St. Louis for me. The competition, located in the Public Media Commons just east of the Central West End, was a joint collaboration between Sauce Magazine and St. Louis Public Radio.

Brock Workman | Food Editor

Sophomore Andrew Glantz begins first course of business

While other business students may wear button-downs day-to-day to enhance their overall professional persona, Glantz was preparing to make a pitch to a restaurant loved by many Washington University students: Seoul Taco.

| Staff Reporter

They’ve got Seoul

Since expanding from a food truck to a sit-down restaurant in 2012, Seoul Taco has become a staple in many Washington University students’ diets. Given its success, it comes as little surprise that the restaurant has upgraded to a bigger, better location.

| Contributing Reporter

Your First 40 freak-outs: Food to-do list

While nothing can replace your mom’s cooking, certain foods in St. Louis are not to be missed. There are just as many cuisines in proximity to campus as there are unique cultures represented among the student body.

| Senior Scene Editor

WUStock at The Pageant leaves out many, wows attendees

Saying he had come to St. Louis with nothing more than tank tops like the one he wore on stage, Macklemore asked the crowd of screaming students if he could borrow someone’s jacket. Donning two brown faux mink coats from the audience, artists Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performed their number one hit, “Thrift Shop,” as their third number.

and | Student Life Editors

No longer just a truck, Seoul Taco opens doors

Korean-Mexican fusion enthusiasts no longer have to buy their meals from a vendor on four wheels. Hungry young locals crammed into a tiny new restaurant location of the popular St. Louis-based food truck, Seoul Taco, at the Melville storefront’s grand opening Wednesday.

| Senior News Editor

Gym Class Heroes perform for an ecstatic crowd

It might not have been Woodstock, but one lucky Washington University student got kicked in the face by a Gym Class Hero. The scene was chaotic. A small mosh pit formed when Gym Class Heroes took the stage, and for the majority of the show, a mixed crowd of questionably sober students waved their hands back and forth in unison to the music.

Seoul Taco introduces Korean fusion to St. Louis

For those who didn’t grow up in a large city, it’s completely understandable not to have heard of Korean food served in a tortilla. But St. Louis native David Choi is trying to change that, one taco at a time. Choi and his business partner Andy Heck are the owners of the Seoul Taco food truck, which serves traditional Korean food with a Mexican twist.

| Managing Editor

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