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Enjoy $2 tacos from participating restaurants all week long.

Greater Cincinnati’s largest Taco-themed restaurant week returns! The Fourth Annual Cincinnati Taco Week returns October 11-17, bringing you $2 tacos and taking Taco Tuesday to a whole new level. Participating restaurants will be offering specialty $2 tacos the whole week, with some restaurants offering up to three different taco options. Why? Because Taco Everyday is better than Taco Tuesday. 

Sponsored by Karrikin Spirits, the event will not only include tacos, but also specialty Karrikin Blaze Agave Spirit margaritas at select locations.

Cincinnati Taco Week passports will once again help guide taco lovers to participating restaurants — passports will be stamped by the restaurant for each order of tacos ordered. Enjoy a Karrikin Tequila cocktail and receive an extra stamp (Must be 21+). Passports can be picked up at a participating location or online at starting on Monday, October 11th. 

Featured Restaurants offering $2 tacos all week include:

Arnold’s Bar & Grill, Agave & Rye Covington, Agave & Rye Rookwood, Agave & Rye Liberty, Bakersfield OTR, Bebo’s, El Barril Mexican Sports Bar and Grill, El Taco Veloz, El Vaquero Mason, El Vaquero Blue Ash, Four Mile Pig, Frida 602, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, J Taps, The Hearth at Karrikin, Kitchen 1883 ( On the Rhine Eatery Location Only ), Lalo, Los Potrillos, Lucius Q, Mazunte Taqueria, Mazunte Centro, Mazunte Catering and Mercado, Mesa Loca, Mi Cozumel (Springdale), Mi Cozumel (Winton Road), Mi Cozumel (Vandercar Way), Mi Taco Loco, Olla Covington, The Oakley Establishment, Sammy’s, Slatt’s Pub, Smokey Bones, Taqueria El Monarca, Trifecta Eatery at Miami Valley Gaming, The Standard, Tortilleria Garcia ( Springfield), Tortilleria Garcia ( Mason), Tortilleria Garcia (Hamilton Ave.), The Ugly Goat Social Club, Veracruz Mexican Grill, and Wishbone Tavern.

Earn a stamp from 5 or more participating locations on your passport, and be entered to win the grand prize of $250 in gift cards and Karrikin swag. The official restaurants and menu items can be found at Consumers are encouraged to start planning for the week-long event on National Taco Day – Monday, October 4th.

Event Info:

  • October 11 – October 17, $2 tacos – minimum 3 tacos.
  • Age: This is an all ages event. Some locations may 21+

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