National Taco Day is here, oh Happy Times – NBC Los Angeles

What you should know

  • Monday 4th October
  • Several restaurants have specials, including Acalpulco, where you can get a trio of Al Pastor tacos for six dollars
  • Dine LA is also happening, so check out participating restaurants for fixed-price taco meals

Trying to turn anything that isn’t a taco into a taco is a time-honored pastime for someone at home with some of the ingredients for a taco and cravings for a taco, the kind of cravings that some quirky Culinary art can inspire elections.

You were there, we were there, we all still had a single tortilla in the package and maybe some cotija or feta cheese, but not the main filling we want, the calabacitas or eggs or carne asada. desire again. So we content ourselves and dream of a world in which tacos are the star of the day.

Which is the case pretty much every day in taco-blessed LA. But on October 4th? It is the official holiday for the sublime, sometimes crispy, sometimes spicy, always incredibly filling food.

How will you honor National Taco Day? By improvising a taco at home, what’s ok if it fulfills your taco cravings?

Or go for a deal at …

Taco girl: Taco flights are scheduled on Mondays, and all four chicas will have this on their list to add even more celebratory pep to National Taco Day. Get four tacos (all on the menu, sweet), an aqua fresca, and chips and salsa for $ 15. That goes all day, too, because the desire for four tacos can of course arise at any time.

Acalpuco Restaurant and Cantina: The restaurant chain is offering a trio of Al Pastor tacos for six dollars in their cantina on October 4th, when one taco isn’t enough and two are almost enough, but not quite, but three are just right.

Position: Eating out in Orange County? Then you have a choice of one of four Puesto locations and a National Taco Day freebie as soon as you buy two tacos. The third taco you order is free, and there are several to choose from, including Tamarindo Shrimp and Filet Mignon.

Crazy Chicken: Were you in love with the company’s legendary Crunchy Taco back then? It comes back as El Pollo Loco’s “first digital menu item” in honor of National Taco Day. It’s available until November 1st, but if you order it on October 4th, you’ll enjoy a free Mexican Coca-Cola.

Trejos Tacos: So this is a magical twist on the appetizing occasion: On National Taco Day, one lucky person will receive a $ 50 Golden Ticket at every Trejo tacos location. Do you need the details? Visit this page now.

El Torito Mexican Restaurant: Are you looking for a mini tacos quartet and want it meaty, with steak and chorizo ​​as hearty stars? Check out El Torito, which will have this tasteful foursome for six dollars on October 4th.

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