Union Taco Celebrating Day of the Dead on November 2nd with $2 Tacos All Day and Free Tacos for Life for First Five Customers with Union Taco Logo Tattoos
Chef Nick Farina is celebrating Union Taco’s fifth anniversary, as well as the Mexican holiday “Day of the Dead,” on Wednesday, November 2nd by offering a $2 taco special all day at both of his Union Taco outposts.
*The first five people who get the Union Taco logo tattoo will be awarded free tacos for life (one per day), as well as up to 10 free tacos on November 2nd. Customers must post a picture of their tattoo on Union Taco’s Facebook page, and then come in the restaurant on November 2nd to identify themselves and verify the fact that they received the new permanent ink.
Don’t think about pulling a fast one either. Tattooed individuals will “receive an ‘arm wash test’ to verify that it’s not henna or ink”, said Chef Farina.
“If someone is willing to tattoo our name and logo on their body, well, they deserve free tacos for life. There’s nothing more to it,” exclaimed Farina. “We love Day of the Dead, which you can tell by all of the skulls and skeleton art inside of our restaurants and on our website, so we figured we’d raise the bar a bit during our fifth anniversary. I’m certain it will be a really fun day, and we’re even supplying ‘press-on’ tattoos for kids and older taco lovers who are young at heart.”
Union Taco offers 10 taco options:
Traditional (ground angus beef)
Seared Mahi Mahi
Poblano Braised Chicken
Seared Flank Steak
Pork Cheek al Pastor
Taco prices range from $3.50 to $6.50 apiece.
Day of the Dead is a multi-day Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico focusing on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have passed away, and support their spiritual journey. Scholars trace the origins of the holiday to indigenous observances dating back hundreds of years.
Located at 1666 Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown, PA, and 4229 Main Street in Manayunk, Union Taco is BYO, but offers fresh-made margarita mixers for $7 apiece for guests who bring their own tequila.
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