A 5 Details restaurant popular for its tacos is closing its doors a decade immediately after building the profitable changeover from foods truck to brick-and-mortar restaurant.

Corner Taco will shut its doors when its lease expires in the coming weeks, chef and operator Chris Dickerson introduced Tuesday morning on social media.

“We will be winding down more than the following numerous months, as we guide our esteemed crew in obtaining suitable employment elsewhere,” Dickerson posted on Facebook.

No closing day was announced.

Dickerson said the choice not to renew their lease resulted from his concentrate on his spouse and children in Savannah as well as his places to eat there.

“As some of you know, I moved to Savannah 7 decades in the past to help increase my then-new child son.  We have 2 restaurants there, with additional prepared,” he posted.

Dickerson couldn’t be arrived at promptly for comment.

Corner Taco among Jacksonville’s very first foods trucks

Pork carnitas tacos are among customer favorites at Corner Taco in Five Points. The restaurant was at the forefront of the food truck movement in Jacksonville.

Dickerson introduced his Corner Taco principle in 2012 as Jacksonville’s food stuff truck scene movement was getting steam.

In a 20-foot-extensive, 1965 Airstream Globetrotter trailer transformed into a food truck, Dickerson served up his “semi-swanky road food,” like tacos, burritos, quesadillas and nachos, all created from scratch to order with fresh components. That included the corn tortillas, manufactured with a special machine and cooked on a 750-diploma griddle. 

By Taba