Let's taco-bout National Taco Day deals

- To piggyback on Taco Tuesday, it just so happens to be National Taco Day on Wednesday, October 4.

In celebration, there are plenty of deals to go around in Tampa Bay. Let’s taco-bout it!

Tijuana Flats is predicting the “Atacolypse” will occur on Wednesday. What that means? We aren’t sure. But you can buy $2 tacos and $2 Mexican drafts. Find your nearest location here.

The City of Tampa invites you to celebrate National Taco Day at the Mayor's Food Truck Fiesta from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Lykes Gaslight Square Park. Details here.

Taco Bus says they are extending their Taco Tuesday special into Wednesday. All tacos are $2 each at all of their locations

Bartaco in Hyde Park will announce a big secret, and there is a Snapchat filter involved on Wednesday too. It's Facebook event is here. There is also going to be a taco bar, but you will need to purchase tickets to participate.

Taco Bell is encouraging its customers to liv más by offering a $5 box of tacos for one day. The box comes with four classic Taco Bell tacos, including: a crunchy taco, Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos taco, Cool Ranch Doritos Locos taco and a Fiery Doritos Locos taco, according to Fox News. If you want some giggles, the fast food chain restaurant released a min-cartoon to get you into the spirit, “Glen and the Magic Taco.”


Mekenita Mexican Grille and Catering up in Lutz is celebrating the special day by offering $2 tacos. This does not include shrimp or fish tacos. Check out the deal here.

Fuzzy's Taco Shop considers it to be the most important day of the year. In celebration, it will be offering $1 tacos and $3 house margaritas all day. Find your nearest location here.

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