Happy National Taco Day!

We love our Tacos..On National Taco Day, Taco Tuesdays & Everyday!

It's no surprise that least year Americans ate over 4.5 billion tacos! That’s 490,000 miles of tacos, which could take you to the moon and back!

Whether you're stuck in the office or out and about, there's plenty of ways to take advantage of this awesome holiday.

Ways to Celebrate National Taco Day

Agave Grill:   $3 TACOS ALL DAY AND NIGHT. at all 9 locations- Hartford, Farmington, Southington, Rocky Hill, Vernon, Orange, Wallingford, Hamden and Newington. 

Bartaco: You can celebrate National taco day with  at Bartaco with tacos, fresh-squeezed cocktails, an exclusive Snapchat filter, and a #bartacosecret reveal. You can visit them in West Hartford, New Haven, and even Boston!

Margaritas Mexican Restaurant: Order the two pound, 12-inch Taco Gigante for $12.99 Wednesday and receive a voucher for a free Taco Gigante to use on your next visit. In October, the chain with locations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Pennsylvania has a Taco Gigante Challenge and if you finish the entire taco you get a place on Margaritas Wall of Fame and bragging rights. Learn more here.

On the Border: Get 50-cent mini tacos all day long. If you prefer to order online, use the code Taco17 to get 20% off Taco Catering Items from October 2 through 8.

Taco Bell: Only available October 4th,  The true purpose of National Taco Day is to eat tacos. So what better, more thoughtful gift is there for that taco-lover in your life than our National Taco Day Gift Set? It includes four classic Taco Bell tacos, including a Crunchy Taco, Nacho Cheese Doritos® Locos Tacos, Cool Ranch® Doritos® Locos Tacos and a Fiery Doritos® Locos Tacos for $5. You can  even send a #tacogram to your loved ones. 

Hunt down a Taco Truck.

Don't know where to start? Try Long Wharf Drive in New Haven.

They have at least 8 taco trucks lined up every night. If you've never had street tacos this is an amazing place to start. My personal favorites are Ixtapa and Mexcali but you can make a stop at each truck and see the array of taco choices for yourself. Different items from different trucks

..taco buffet?

Yup.

Trivia: Thought Taco Trucks were new ?
Turns out one of the first taco trucks is thought to have started in New York in 1966, when two New York housewives operated an early version of the taco truck. Although the truck did not have a full kitchen, it was available for catering.

 

Can't get to any of these places?

All good, you can put your chef hat on make yourself a breakfast taco, have tacos for lunch AND Dinner. Click here for some of the best taco recipes on the planet.

 


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