Here's A List Of Taco Day Deals And Freebies You Can Get In Los Angeles

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According to LAist, here is a list of Taco Day Deal!

  • Oct. 4 is actually two holidays — National Taco Day and National Vodka Day. Tito’s Tacos and Tito’s Vodka have teamed up to honor both atTito’s Fiesta Mexicana(11222 Washington Place, Culver City). From 4 to 9 p.m., those 21+ can get three Tito’s vodka cocktails and Tito’s tacos for $25. Don’t drink? The $10 ticket includes food only. There’s mariachi and folklorico entertainment throughout the night. Proceeds benefit TheCulver City Cultural Arts Foundation.
  • On Oct. 4,Tacos AF, which opened in June in DTLA (312 W. 7th St.), will contribute a portion of sales to the Downtown Women’s Center They offer both meat and veggie options.
  • Just in time for this holiday,Veracruz All Natural, the team behind Austin's most famous migas breakfast burrito, has launched a new concept in L.A. It's a food truck calledHot Tacosand you'll find it Wednesdays through Saturdays in Koreatown. The menu features cochinita pibil, cauliflower al pastor and grilled meats and veggies on housemade flour tortillas.
  • Descanso Restaurant in Costa Mesaon Monday offers a $10 dine-in taco combo that includes a Don Chingón taco (spit-roasted al pastor pork taco) and a Bad Hombre margarita made with Herradura Reposado tequila. 
  • El Pollo Loco brings back its Crunchy Taco, available as a digital-only menu item, Oct. 4 - Nov. 1. On Monday, every Crunchy Taco order (via the app or website) comes with a free Mexican Coke. Loco Rewards members get a special BOGO offer for another free Crunchy Taco.
  • For National Taco Day and Hispanic Heritage Month, Tacos Gavilan’s Central L.A. location on Tuesday, 5 - 8 p.m. 100% of the registration fees will be donated to A Place Called Home. The first-place winner receives a cash prize of $1,500. The public is welcome to witness the competition.
  • Delicious at The Dunbar(4229 S Central Ave), located in Historic South Central, hosts a pop-up event that celebrates the resiliency of the restaurant industry through the pandemic. The first 50 guests on Monday, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., will enjoy Delicious at The Dunbar’s $15 DineLA lunch menu for free. It features Southern cuisine with an Angeleno-Mexican twist. 
  • Alejandro Marchesini has once again teamed with restaurant industry veteran Bill Chait forVarro, a new Argentine wine bar in Venice that took over the former Zinqué spot.
  • Monty’s Good Burgerjust opened its fifth location — this one on the westside (3849 Main St., Culver City). You'll find all the favorites including their classic burger, loaded Dog Pile fries, tots, shakes and the newest menu addition, Charlie’s Chicken Sandwich.
  • The Café at Fanny's, the daytime dining option at the new Academy Museum, is open. Fanny’s offers quick serve small plates and prepared food options, overseen by executive chef Raphael Francois. A larger lunch menu will debut later in October, followed by dinner service in November. The restaurant takes its name from Fanny Brice — played by Barbra Streisand — inFunny Girl.
  • Horses, a new restaurant, opens Wednesday in the former Coach and Horses space (7617 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood). Chefs Liz Johnson and Will Aghajanian roll out European bistro dishes, small bites and cocktails. The restaurant is open Wednesday to Sunday for dinner, starting at 5:30 p.m., with a weekend brunch to follow. 
  • California Pizza Kitchen partners with STOMP Out Bullying for World Bullying Prevention Month. On Monday, CPK will donate 20% of sales from U.S. restaurants to STOMP Out Bullying if consumers mention STOMP. There will be an additional 5% donation on Monday whenever a guest wears blue (the symbolic color for anti-bullying) in-store.  
  • TheL.A. Times Food Bowl returns on Thursday with a screening of the documentary,Man in the Field,followed by a multi-course dinner at the Sepulveda Dam. The film profiles the life and work of Outstanding in the Field founder Jim Denevan and his table-to-farm dinners. Sample bites and peak-season produce from local farms while watching live entertainment during dinner. The event starts at 5 p.m.,still available.

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