Oct. 4 is National Taco Day. Here are a few restaurants that are celebrating:
Double Helix at Town Square is celebrating National Taco Day on Oct. 4 by offering 25 percent off (excluding Happy Hour) of their tacos. Plus, those who purchase tacos will receive a free shot of Blue Ice Potato vodka. Taco favorties include the shortie (Blue Moon beer braised short ribs + poblano sauce + fresh pico de gallo); lobster (beer battered lobster + cotija-chipotle sauce + cucumber salsa + fresh cilantro); and taquitos (hand-rolled crispy taquitos lled with chorizo + potatoes + topped with roasted chili sauce + lime crema + double helix hot sauce).
Dirt Dog at Rainbow Boulevard and Windmill is featuring its al pastor, chicken tinga and carne asade tacos on National Taco Day.
CRAFTkitchen in Henderson has Korean shrimp tacos for $14.75.
Red Robin has a rather unique option. They are featuring their new Taco Tavern Double, which is a cross between a taco and burger, on Oct. 4.
Libre Mexican Cantina and Borracha Mexican Cantina are offering tacos for just $1 on National Taco Day. Guests have the ability to order the Traditional Tacos, served with rice and beans and a choice of al pastor chicken, carne asada steak or grilled Mahi Mahi. Or try the Street Tacos, served with pickled vegetables and crispy chips with a choice of achiote chicken, al pastor pork or carne asada steak.
Pancho's Mexican Restaurant in Downtown Summerlin is celebrating its 2 year anniversary on National Taco Day. They have tacos for just $2.50. Available only in the restaurant’s festive cantina, guests can choose between shredded chicken, shredded beef or ground beef filling, stuffed in a crispy, golden taco shell and topped with diced tomatoes, lettuce and shredded cheese, priced at $2.50 each.
China Poblano is offering a taco trio for $12 on National Taco Day. It includes carnitas (Yucatan-style barbecue pork), carnitas (braised pork and chicharron) and a refried bean taco.