Rebel Taqueria has been rolling around Charleston for years, serving up tacos, quesadillas, and even a burrito with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

Well, beginning Wednesday, the black truck with the skeleton dog mascot will occupy a counter at Workshop, the ‘fancy food court’ at the Pacific Box and Crate development designed to give upstart culinary concepts a place to experiment and grow.

In a post announcing the move on Instagram today, they promised “a full menu, cold beer & cocktails!” with $3 Lanazul tequila shots.

Rebel Taqueria is just the latest spot to announce a move into Workshop following the announced moves of pitmaster John Lewis’ Tex-Mex counter Juan Luis and Workshop OG Pink Bellies. Chef Brittaney Hutson’s Two Fat Olives (Italian) has already opened and Little Miss Ha (Vietnamese) will replace Pink Bellies in mid-October. Spanglish and Sushi Wa Izakaya remain in place.

Workshop is located at 1503 King St. and serves lunch and dinner everyday except Monday, when they close at 3 p.m.

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