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The specialty taco restaurant with two Kansas City locations will open in Johnson County

Tiki Taco is coming to downtown Overland Park.

The owners purchased the building at 7514 W. 80th St. last year and will be expanding the rear portion for a summer opening.

Partner Lyndon Wade said it’s slightly out of the way but has ample parking.

“We bought it from a family that had owned it for decades and was ready to retire,” he said. “I grew up just south of there, so it’s kind of nostalgic for me. We’ve seen it expand so well over there.

It will have a full bar serving items like frozen margaritas and its signature Mexican-style lager, Good Time, brewed by Strange Days Brewing Co. of Kansas City. It will also have a patio in front.

Tiki Taco offers a variety of tacos and burritos featuring steak, chicken, pork, fish and/or vegetables.

The KC burrito has a choice of protein, curly fries or rice, guacamole, sour cream, shredded cheese, and flour tortilla chips.

His Crunchy Taco comes with your choice of ground beef, chicken or black beans, shredded cheese, lettuce and tomato on a corn tortilla.

Other menu items include nachos, quesadillas, bowls, chips and salsa, and churros.

Tiki Taco first opened in mid-2017 at 1710 W. 39th St. with a walk-up menu only.

Siblings Lyndon and Lindsey Wade and their mother, Judy Rush, took over in early 2020, adding a 45-person dining room, just before the pandemic shut down the dining rooms temporarily.

Chef Rich Wiles, who previously co-owned the Westport Cafe & Bar, became a consultant and then a partner, along with Jason Kinslow, who is also director of operations.

They opened a location at 5400 Troost Ave. in October and are building a custom food truck that they hope to launch this summer.

“It was such a joy and such a good and very successful team,” said Lyndon Wade.

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