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how so many of their friends and family offered their time, skills and energy to make sure they succeeded. "My daughter Viviana was a hairstylist in Odessa when we called her about opening the restaurant. She originally decided to leave her job for 2 weeks to come help us get started. 3 years later, she finally felt like we were in a good enough place for her to go back to the life she left in Odessa. The fact that she sacrificed so much for 3 years to help us out, was priceless." All the hard work and sacrifice definitely paid off as locals and out of town travelers alike fill Taco OJ’s parking lot on a regular basis. All the menus items are homemade and made fresh straight from his wife’s personal recipes. Since it is her restaurant, it’s fitting that the name also comes from her hometown of Ojinaga, Mexico.

Most popular dishes are the Tacos OJ made with beef fajita meat and the Molcajet which is a meat dish featuring beef, chicken, shrimp and sausage with Aida’s special ground salsa.

Tacos OJ 1303 N Main St, Fort Stockton, TX Off of highway 1053 Call (432) 756-3731 M-F: 11am - 9pm Sat: 8am-9pm • Sun: 8am-3pm

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