Taco Tuesday is celebrated by many every Tuesday but this Taco Tuesday is celebrated amongst all Taco lovers nationally on Oct. 4.
According to National Today, the phrase “Taco Tuesday” was created in New Jersey by Gregory’s Restaurant & Bar back in 1982
However, the phrase was trademarked and popularized by a Wyoming-based fast-food chain called Taco John’s in 1989.
On Oct. 4, National Taco Day, nationwide chains and local eateries across the country will be offering free tacos, discounts and other deals
For one day only, taco spots across the are will be offering promos and discounts on the Texas staple.
Every order placed on the Fuzzy’s app on National Taco Day will also be automatically entered into a drawing to win free tacos for a year. 100 winners will be selected and notified via email on Oct. 10
On Oct. 4, El Pollo Crazy Prizes individuals will be compensated with eight free tcaos in their dedication record to appreciate all through the long stretch of October assuming they buy $10 or a greater amount of non-taco menu things.
On The Border is celebrating National Taco Day with $2 classic tacos or $4 premium selections
Dallas-founded Rusty Taco is celebrating National Taco Day by bringing back a fan favorite
On Oct. 4, the Texas-based taco patio and drive-thru will offer bean and cheese tacos for just $1. Additionally, the chain will offer bean and cheese dozen taco boxes for $12
Taco Bell’s Taco Lover’s Pass is making a limited return in honor of National Taco Day.The pass allows members to redeem on of seven tacos a day for 30 consecutive days for just $10.