There’s no sweeter sound than the alliteration of food or drinks with a day of the week. Margarita Monday. Wine Wednesday. Fajita Friday. Or, perhaps the most popular of all, Taco Tuesday. We're blessed when it comes to the latter category in South Florida. You can be struck by a hankering almost anywhere,
Of course, good tacos are bested only by good taco deals. Whether you’re looking for $1 tacos by the beach or a good deal on
Here are the top picks for the best Taco Tuesday deals in Broward and
1. El Camino. If you’re a die-hard taco fan, you’re no doubt familiar with the ones at Delray Beach's (and now Fort Lauderdale's) El Camino. The restaurant offers its Taco Tuesday deal all day (and far into the evening), and it’s one to trump all others. Though most such deals limit the type of taco you can order, El Camino does no such thing. From 11 a.m. to midnight every Tuesday, you can get any of the tacos on the menu, each served on homemade corn tortillas, for just $2 each. That includes favorites such as crispy fish tacos with chipotle crema; agave-chili-lime-glazed pork belly with grilled pineapple and a spiced peanut crunch; chorizo with Oaxaca cheese and salsa verde; carne asada with an ancho chili-sherry gastrique, sweet corn, and queso fresco; and achiote-spiced chicken with cotija cheese. But once the clock strikes midnight, you’re forced to choose: barbacoa, carnitas, or the gringo (ground beef) until close at 2 a.m. 15 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach; 561-865-5350; elcaminodelray.com.
2. Quvo Tacos & Craft Beer. This Fort Lauderdale eatery does two things exceptionally well: craft beer and tacos. Aside from its obviously delicious pairing, it has become best known for a daily Taco Tuesday deal, where you can get a draft beer and three tacos for $10. The tacos aren't anything fancy — it's a build-your-own type of deal — that keeps it simple but filling. Pick the filling with a choice of cumin-spiked picadillo-style ground beef, seasoned black beans, slow-cooked pork, or chicken with onions and tomatoes. The platter comes prepped with soft or crispy corn tortillas that arrive with plenty of beans, lettuce, salsa, and cheese. 4354 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale; 954-368-3664; quvotacos.com.
3. Don Chepos Taco Shop. Serving house-made, street style tacos to the masses of northern Palm Beach County in Wellington, Don Chepo's has a taco for everyone, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Their corn tortillas are made fresh in-house every morning, and the fillings they stuff inside are some of the best around. The place offers a number of weekly specials, too. On Monday, it's $20 bottomless margaritas. On Thursday, it's $2 nachos. And, on Tuesday, it's $2 per single taco. Everyone can get in on the action
4. Tacocraft Taqueria & Tequila Bar. Himmarshee Village celebrates the art of the taco with a great deal: $3 tacos served all day long, from 11:30 a.m. to close, along with $4 beers (both draft and bottle) and $6 specialty Exotico tequila margaritas. Unlike restaurants that limit the type of taco you can purchase on Taco Tuesday, Tacocraft doesn’t discriminate. You can order any of the menu’s ten specialty tacos — including the 24-hour adobo-marinated chicken, the crisp shredded adobo-and-chili-rubbed pork, the blackened ahi tuna, and the braised kale and roasted sweet potato hash — all served on hand-formed corn tortillas made on the premises each day. 204 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale; 954-463-2003; tacocraft.com.
5. Banko Cantina. Banko Cantina, downtown West Palm Beach’s newest Mexican restaurant and tequila bar, has a Taco Tuesday deal almost anyone can appreciate — especially patrons with a healthy appetite. The all-you-can-eat tacos are available from 4 p.m. to close for $16 per person. That includes any type of taco on the menu, such as chipotle braised chicken tinga, spicy skirt steak carne asada, and mesquite-grilled pork tenderloin. The best part might be the $30-per-person unlimited seafood tacos, which include a choice of sautéed shrimp or signature lobster tacos with pickled red onion slaw and microgreens cradled inside imported Mexican flour tortillas. From 7 to 9 p.m. the last Tuesday of each month, a live mariachi band creates the perfect pairing for a fun night on the town. 114 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach; 561-355-1399; bankocantina.com.
6. Casa Maya Grill. Tired of the same old boring chicken and beef tacos? At Casa Maya Grill in Deerfield Beach, the Taco Tuesday special that runs from 3 p.m. to close is priced right at just $2 per taco. That includes a choice of grilled chicken, pork, and steak. However, the most popular version available during Taco Tuesday might be the crispy tuna tacos, featuring an expertly seasoned piece of fish cut into bite-size cubes, fried to perfection, and wrapped in warm corn tortillas. Quench your thirst with $3 classic margaritas, available all day. 301 SE 15th Ter., Deerfield Beach; 954-570-6101; casamayagrill.com.
7. Lona Cocina y Tequileria. Mexican chef Pablo Salas’ chic new Mexican eatery, named New Times' Best Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale in 2018 and located on a stunning strip of beachfront real estate, offers its own take on soulful Mexican cuisine. The menu is diverse, with highlights like pumpkin tamales, braised beef cheek, and cabbage al
8. Tijuana Taxi Co. With three locations in Davie, Coral Springs, and Deerfield Beach, Tijuana Taxi Co. is never too far to sate all of your Taco Tuesday cravings. Here, specials are the name of the game. The South Florida-based family of Mexican restaurants offers daily deals, from Margarita Monday and Steak Night Thursday to its own version of Wacky Rib Wednesday. But on Tuesday from 5 p.m. to close, it’s all about the tacos. A trio platter with a choice of spicy picadillo-style beef or shredded chicken tacos comes with rice and beans for only $6.95. 4400 S. University Dr., Davie; 954-472-5008; tijuanataxico.com.
9. Rocco's Tacos. At Rocco’s Tacos, it’s not just Taco Tuesday — it’s Taco and Tequila Tuesday. Each Broward and Palm Beach Rocco’s restaurant — including the West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Palm Beach Gardens locations — offers all-you-can-eat tacos for $14.99 per person. Then, beginning at 7 p.m., drink specials include $5 tequila shots, $15 margarita pitchers, $3 Mexican beer specials, and $6 Ultimat vodka drinks. The added perk gives a totally new twist to an already amazing day. Happy Hour is also available daily from 4 to 7 p.m. and features $2 appetizers, or beer and wine for $3. Signature margaritas are only $5, and shots and select bottles of tequila are half-priced
10. The Whole Enchilada. Florida-based Tex-Mex chain the Whole Enchilada features a whole meal for its taco Tuesday deal. Best-known for its supersize burritos and enchiladas, the restaurant also offers its famous taco baskets: two tacos served with crisp tortilla chips and fresh salsa from the bar. On Tuesday, you can order this same basket — a choice of two charbroiled chicken, tofu, pork, or ground beef tacos with cheese, lettuce, and tomato on a crispy corn shell or soft flour tortilla — plus a drink and chips with salsa for $6.99 per person from 3 p.m. to close. The deal is good at all three of the restaurant’s Broward County locations, in Fort Lauderdale, Oakland Park, and Plantation. Head to the Plantation restaurant after 7 p.m., and the Taco Tuesday deal gets even sweeter with added drink specials at the bar, where Coronas sell for $3 each, margarita pitchers run for $15, and Olmeca Altos tequila shots are $3. 8000 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation; 954-314-7095; twefreshmex.com.
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