Cochino Taco opens in Olde Town

Denver-based taco chain opens third location at corner of Ralston and Yukon

Staff Report
Posted 11/9/21

Taco lovers in Arvada have a new option for Mexican food in the Olde Town area. Cochino Tacos, a Denver-based chain, opened an Arvada location on Nov. 4 at 7702 Ralston Road - the former site of …

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Cochino Taco opens in Olde Town

Denver-based taco chain opens third location at corner of Ralston and Yukon

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Taco lovers in Arvada have a new option for Mexican food in the Olde Town area. Cochino Tacos, a Denver-based chain, opened an Arvada location on Nov. 4 at 7702 Ralston Road - the former site of 4Barrel BBQ.

In addition to the restaurant's Englewood and South Broadway locations, the Arvada Cochino is the third of founder Johnny Ballen's taquerias. The Arvada location includes an outdoor patio, indoor seating area, full bar and fire pit.

Cochino's Arvada General Manager Sean Babish said Cochino purchased the Arvada site about a year ago and gutted the inside to make room for the dining area and patio. Babish added that in a saturated Taco market — which already includes Fuzzy's and Lady Nomada and will soon include Teocalli Cocina — Cochino stands out due to their value.

“We run happy hour seven hours a day, seven days a week. Our owner likes to stress value and an overall good product,” said Babish. ”We do everything in house.”

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