Thursday: Buy One Entree, Get One Free at Tijuana Flats

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With a comic-like interior and a 14-pump hot sauce bar -- I would not know where to start. 

Tijuana Flats, the Orlando-based Tex-Mex chain, wants to spread "peace and queso" today.

Today only, with this coupon, you'll get a free entree with the purchase of an entree.

Tijuana Flats opened their second location in Ft. Lauderdale, at 1489 SE 17th Street, on June 27. Now with more than 10 locations in Broward and Palm Beach County, one has to wonder if their chicken burrito really is "bangin'."

(For $3.50 after coupon today, it might be.)

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