Comal 864: Greenville’s Favorite Taco Pop-Up Is Now A Restaurant

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Do you love authentic Tex-Mex food and creativity? Comal 864 owner Dayna Lee is bringing delicious Tex-Mex with a twist to Greenville, SC.

Since July of 2019, Comal 864 has been serving up authentic street-style tacos, and more to taco lovers! Keep reading to learn more about the Upstate’s most popular taco pop-up and info about the new brick-and-mortar location opening in November.

If you’re a fan of the real deal, here’s a list of Authentic Tacos That Will Have You Craving Tacos Daily in Greenville, SC

Birria Tacos

Finding Authentic Tex-Mex In Greenville, SC

Anyone who has been a fan of Kidding Around the last few years will probably know that I’m the staff “Taco Afficianado”. I’ve been selfishly using the Kidding Around platform to spread the word that authentic tacos can be found in Greenville, which is great because they are delicious and affordable.

Comal 864 mixes traditional flavors and ingredients to add fun specials to the menu! Things that are part of traditional Tex-Mex cuisine, and things that are trendy with a new generation of Mexicans, give birth to hybrid menu items like Nacheetos De Birria, and Birria Ramen.

brick and mortar menu comal 864

The New Comal 864 Location

Her business strategy of keeping things exciting on the menu is paying off this fall when Comal 864 will go from being a pop-up to being a brick-and-mortar location! Comal 864 has moved into the location formerly occupied by the Woodside Bistro in downtown Greenville.

Patrons can enjoy breakfast and lunch, Monday through Saturday; Thursday, Friday and Saturday Comal 864 will offer dinner. The restaurant plans to be open the week before thanksgiving – follow Comal 864 on social media for the Grand Opening announcement to be made.

brick and mortar menu

Getting To Know This Queen of Local Tacos

Dayna Lee

What is the most popular item on your regular menu?
Birria quesitacos & al pastor quesadillas

What made you choose the kind of food your business serves?
My culture. I miss home more often than not. Serving food that keeps me close to the southern tip of Texas keeps me humble.

What makes your business unique from others?
We are community-focused. Our biggest goal is to be a space that is safe & focuses on feeding the hungry.

What local spot do you like to eat at when you’re not working?
Taqueria Guadalajara
Pita House
Myles Pizza Pub
Tako Sushi
Las Meras Tortas
The Seafood Spot

nacheetos / nachos

The Menu & FAQ

  • Cash or Credit?
    Both cash and cards accepted 
  • Kids Menu:
    No – But kid friendly
  • Do you offer vegan/plant based options?
    Yes – nopales & black beans
  • Does your menu change regularly?
  • Do you cater private events?
  • Where can hungry folks find you?
    1112 Woodside Ave, Greenville

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About the Author
Melanie is a native New Yorker, who landed in the Upstate by way of Florida. She is the mom of two awesome kids, and the three of them love going on adventures!

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