Dunedin, Florida is now home to Taco Baby, the smallest taco restaurant in Florida. It is located in a 54-square-foot space that used to house a Chase ATM.\nThe co-owner of Taco Baby's parent company, Nina Hospitality, Kurt Ferguson believes that it is the smallest taco restaurant in Florida. He says that it has just enough room to fit the two people that serve the tacos. And the tacos are not made offsite, either.\nFerguson confirms that Taco Baby has all the prep equipment, such as the dish-washing sink, the hand-washing sink, refrigerators, and cooking surfaces. Co-owner Traci Ferguson says that most people who visit Taco Baby still expect to find the Chase ATM.\nTaco Baby serves a small menu of $3 tacos, including al pastor and jackfruit pibil. Taco Baby, "Florida's Tiniest Taqueria", is open Thursdays and Fridays from 5 PM to 1 AM, on Saturdays from noon to 1 AM, and Sundays noon to sunset.\nTake a look at the cute taco shop:\nView this post on Instagram That #tacosalpastor life is all you need. We are open til 1 am tonight, or until it lasts. #puercoforever #eatlocal #dunedinstreetfood #streetfood #tacos #taqueria #truecooks #instafoodie #foodstagram #eattacobaby #jackfruitpibil #jackfruittacos #alpastor #pineapple A post shared by eattacobaby (@eattacobaby) on Feb 16, 2019 at 2:52pm PST\nREAD ALSO: 5 Crazy Gelatos To Try At The Miami Gelato Fest This Weekend (PHOTOS)\n@eattacobabyembedded via\nREAD ALSO: The 11 Best Foods From The 2019 Florida Strawberry Festival (PHOTOS)\nThe Nina Hospitality Company operates in the Tampa Bay area and has two other restaurants, CaraCara, which also serves tacos, and Coattails.\nVisit Nina Hospitality's website here to learn more about Taco Baby.\nVisit Taco Baby's Instagram here.