Dallas News—June 12, 2018
The habanero pepper — one of the hottest chile varieties — is the signature chile of the Yucatan. “It has a nice kick to it, so it’s often accompanied by something sweet,” says chef Rojas. At Revolver Taco, Rojas slips habanero bits into a Yucatecan-style ceviche, taming its firepower with juicy bits of orange.
GQ—April 24, 2018
It’s worth bringing enough friends to this Deep Ellum taco joint that you can order the whole menu. But if you must choose, go for the one filled with Michoacán octopus “carnitas”: slow-cooked, crisped with butter on the flat-top grill, and served in a tortilla with fried leek and jalapeño salsa.
Eater.com—February 15, 2018
Today, the James Beard Foundation announced the semifinalists for its annual awards, frequently described as the “Oscars of food,” and only one Dallas chef made the long list. Revolver Taco Lounge’s Regino Rojas is Dallas’ lone entry in this year’s list of semifinalists for a 2018 James Beard Award
Dallas Observer—November 2, 2017
There are only a few places left to get a real street dog. Dallas is a hot dog ghost town while major cities around the country have dogs pinned to sidewalks. There are carts that griddle in the open breeze, squiggle them with mustard and pile on butter-soft onions while we’re gasping for hot dog air.