Monday, October 2, 2017

Here's All the National Taco Day Deals Happening in San Antonio

Posted By on Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 11:15 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY JESSICA ELIZARRARAS
  • Photo by Jessica Elizarraras
In San Antonio, the city best known for (unofficially) being the taco capital of Texas, it would be wrong not to celebrate the day devoted to the delicacy.

So we've got you covered on how to take advantage of all the deals (that we know of) going on in honor of National Taco Day on Wednesday, October 4.

Michin Grill Kitchen & Tequila Bar
Enjoy happy hour all day long with $5 gourmet tacos at Michin. You'll get up to three street tacos in an order, with taco choices like Baja, pork pibil, Michin shrimp, carnitas and shrimp limon. 427 North Loop 1604 W. #202, (210) 277-7222.

Chuy's Mexican Restaurant
Make it a happy hour celebration with $1 off Mexican beer all day, then add $1 crispy beef tacos to your order. If you happen to have a taco costume laying around, slap it on to get a free entree. Multiple locations, chuys.com.



Mama's Kitchen San Antonio
Mama's is coming through for this holiday. Buy one taco, get another free. On all tacos! Dine-in only, but we have a feeling you'll keep on ordering tacos like they're shots. 504 W. Hildebrand Ave., (210) 733-0904, facebook.com.

Taco Bell
Love it or hate it, Taco Bell is coming through for the holiday. Order up the Taco Day gift set, packed with a crunchy taco, a Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos taco, a Cool Ranch Doritos Locos taco and a Fiery Doritos Locos taco for only $5. Talk about the gift that keeps on giving. Multiple locations, tacobell.com.

Taco Cabana
Sign up for e-club to enjoy a free fajita taco. Multiple locations, tacocabana.com.

El Pollo Loco
Join the Loco Rewards program and enjoy a free entree (up to $7). Multiple locations, elpolloloco.com.

With all these deals, you'll be having tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Like you already don't.

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