Dallas doesn’t let a detail like being landlocked get in the way of enjoying high-quality seafood. The city is home to scads of marisquerías, or Mexican seafood restaurants, as well as a taqueria that goes all-in for the inventive seafood tacos of Tijuana. That taco spot, Tacos Mariachi (pictured on the cover), pairs portobello mushrooms and asadero cheese with huitlacoche (a woodsy, edible corn truffle) and shrimp with cheese (a nod to the taco gobernador of Sinaloa). Mexican wrestling-themed Maskaras Mexican Grill offers a fried shrimp taco that hails from the co-owner’s hometown, San Juan de los Lagos, in the state of Jalisco. Two new eateries, Taco y Vino and Taco Heads, a Fort Worth transplant, are also serving up marine goods of note.