7 Spots to Celebrate National Taco Day The Right Way

7 Spots to Celebrate National Taco Day The Right Way

 

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Who doesn't love tacos! Whether it's beer-battered fish or a more adventurous beef tongue filling, National Taco Day is a perfect day to get out there and try interesting variations of flavors and fillings. So stack those tacos high and grab a free shot of Tequila while you're at it! Here are some great taco joints you should hit up today.

 

Otto’s Tacos (Various locations): What better way to celebrate National Taco Day than by supporting a great cause. All month long, all three locations of Otto’s taqueria will serve its tacos on bright pink tortillas, in awareness of breast cancer. The kaleidoscopic tacos’ proceeds are going to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative.

 

Campeon (Flatiron district): This Union Square spot will celebrate National Taco Day with $6 beers, $7 house wine and sangria, $8 margaritas and 3 tacos for $7.50 specials offered all day and night. 

 

Cantina NYC Taqueria and Tequila Bar (Harlem): This Harlem bar is selling twists on classic tacos mango jerk chicken or falafel for $3 a pop as well as a Mexican chorizo variety during happy hour. The National Taco Day also means discounts on margaritas, beers and guacamole.

 

Camacho's Tacos (Gramercy): Swing by for a variety of tacos from coffee-glazed short rib to cerveza (beer) battered fish and receive complimentary tequila shots for every taco order made on National Taco Day.

 

Dos Caminos (Various locations): With multiple locations in New York City, this is the perfect place to go for tacos no matter where you're located. There are seven types of tacos on the menu in addition to a range of delicious taquitos. If you really want to go all out, you can order the Tour de Tacos, a platter of eight tacos in a variety of flavors.

 

Toloache (Upper East Side, Theater District, West Village): Serving refined Latin cuisine, Toloache’s menu has 10 taco options with five of them being Chef Julian Medina signature dishes. Enjoy tacos made with Baja-style tilapia, spicy lobster, Oaxacan-style dried grasshoppers, huitlacoche mushrooms and more.

 

La Esquina (NoLIta and Williamsburg, Brooklyn): The NoLIta location is a three-in-one spot that boasts a taqueria, brasserie and cafe (tacos are featured on the taqueria and cafe menus) while the Williamsburg location is a diner. Taco options include grilled steak, grilled market fish, rotisserie chicken, pork, as well as roasted zucchini and yellow squash. 

 

 

 

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