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Orlando Weekly’s Taco Week starts today

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Orlando Weekly‘s Orlando Taco Week kicks-off today, Wednesday, September 23, and will run through October 7, offering $5 taco specials at participating restaurants across the region.

Taco Week (really two weeks) also encourages participating restaurants to create off-the-wall creations that may cost a little bit extra but are worth it for the ‘Gram.

You can also download a taco passport HERE or below and collect stamps from each taco location you dine at to be eligible to win a taco party for you and 15 friends at the Publix Aprons Cooking School.

Participating restaurants include 4Rivers Smokehouse, Agave Azul, Jimmy Hula’s, Junior’s Diner and Mexican Grill, MX Taco, Orlando Meats, Pig Floyd’s Urban Barbakoa, New Standard, and more. Most restaurants are offering take-out options.

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Orlando Weekly‘s Orlando Taco Week kicks-off today, Wednesday, September 23, and will run through October 7, offering $5 taco specials at participating restaurants across the region.

Taco Week (really two weeks) also encourages participating restaurants to create off-the-wall creations that may cost a little bit extra but are worth it for the ‘Gram.

You can also download a taco passport HERE or below and collect stamps from each taco location you dine at to be eligible to win a taco party for you and 15 friends at the Publix Aprons Cooking School.

Participating restaurants include 4Rivers Smokehouse, Agave Azul, Jimmy Hula’s, Junior’s Diner and Mexican Grill, MX Taco, Orlando Meats, Pig Floyd’s Urban Barbakoa, New Standard, and more. Most restaurants are offering take-out options.