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Lunch and Dinner


we are not a Mexican
restaurant. 
we are a taco joint. 

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Lunch and Dinner


we are not a Mexican
restaurant. 
we are a taco joint. 

WE ARE A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED RESTAURANT.

CRAFTED THE ART OF THE TACO | Greensboro

219-A SOUTH ELM STREET
GREENSBORO, NC 27401
336-273-0030

Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 10pm
Sunday 11am - 9pm

 

 

CRAFTED THE ART OF THE TACO | Winston-Salem

527 Liberty St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
336-955-2458

Tuesday - Thursday 11am -10pm
Friday - Saturday 11am - 11pm
Sunday 11am - 9pm

 

Born in Greensboro, NC in 2012, Crafted – The Art of the Taco has fed hungry patrons pursuing a unique spin on the average taco. Each recipe draws its magic from international influences and every plate receives the freshest local ingredients available. Crafted – The Art of the Taco entered the Winston-Salem community in 2016. With a focus on community, you’ll find both locations of Crafted – The Art of the Taco to be diverse in culinary ingenuity.

 
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Chef Kris Fuller dove head first into the culinary arena 15 years ago with an apprenticeship under Chef Chris Russell at B. Christopher’s Steakhouse. From that point forward, she began working in as many restaurants as possible, learning diverse cooking styles and techniques. She opened her first eatery, The Bistro at Adam’s Farm, with her mother in October of 2008 but desired to expand her diverse skill set. Thus, the Crafted concept materialized. Since opening Crafted – the Art of the Taco and Crafted – The Art of Street Food, Kris has received multiple awards and recognition acknowledging her innovative dishes and gastronomic mastery. Kris fights against culinary inertia, creating fare that challenges every palette and satisfies all appetites.

Tattoos share an individual’s character and life story. For over 15 years, Chef Kris Fuller has committed herself to the art of cooking and her tattoos detail her loyalty to culinary mastery. Adorned on her left hand is an anchor, which signifies her stability. Her right hand is embellished with a diamond, illustrating her precision. Drawn in the timeless “Sailor Jerry” style, these tattoos serve as a constant reminder every time she anchors down ingredients and slices through them with meticulous skill. The tattoos also represent how Crafted performs. Kristina runs a tough kitchen that redefines the word “accurate” and guides the kitchen to operate like a sea-bound vessel. The commitment to her craft is the secret element found in every dish she builds.

 
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