Tacolandia

New Restaurants For Tacolandia and Avoid a Price Increase! [UPDATED]

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Editor's note 02.18.21: Because of the cold weather and loss of power, the Houston Press is extending its lower price offer through Monday, February 22. Higher prices will go into effect Tuesday, February 23.

Original Story:

On March 2, the all new Houston Press Tacolandia Taco Stop will gear up, offering ticket holders the chance to pick up some great tacos from Houston area restaurants at Silver Street Studios from 4-8 p.m. that day.

And now, making the deal even better, today through Friday, February 19,  Monday February 22, ticket prices for Tacolandia will remain at $29 but as of this Saturday Tuesday, February 23 and moving forward prepare to pay more. And why would you want to do that?

In addition to the tacos, ticket holders will recive a beverage kit with  an el Jimador margarita, pop the Korbel Champagne, or crack open an ice-cold 11 Below.

Participating Taco Card Restaurants:
Adair Kitchen
La Argentina Gelato
Batanga Tapas + Drinks
Bebidas
Betsy's
Blanco Tacos + Tequila
Bob's Taco Station
The Brass Tap - Mid Main
Candente
La Catrina Taco Truck
La Chingada Tacos & Tequila
Cochi’s Taqueria by Cochinita & Co.
Coreanos
Doneraki Authentic Mexican Restaurant
Eloise Nichols Grill & Liquors
Fajita Petes
Liberty Taco
La Lupita Taco Restauarant
Los Tios
Soul Taco
Skeeters Mesquite Grill

A portion of proceeds benefiting the Texas Restaurant Association

All Guests must be 21+ with a Valid I.D.
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