Cinco de Mayo FREE taco truck



Another day, another food truck, yeah. But unlike the others revving their wheels on our streets, the Camarena Tequila Taco Truck is giving its comestibles away for free -- we're talking gourmet tacos fashioned by local chef Andy Williams, like:

  • Camarena Tequila Gold-marinated pork carnitas with ancho chile barbecue sauce, adobo rice, cilantro sour cream, Hispanic cheese and tequila-pickled jalapeno
  • Camarena Tequila Gold mojo pork tacos with chorizo and red bliss potato hash, Hispanic cheese, chive sour cream, and tequila-pickled jalapeno
  • Camarena Tequila Silver-marinated margarita chicken tacos with refried black beans, Hispanic cheese, pico de gallo, cumin sour cream, and tequila-pickled jalapeno
  • Camarena Tequila Silver-infused vegetarian squash and three-bean chili tacos with salsa verde, sour cream, Hispanic cheese, and tequila-pickled jalapeno

Find the truck in the following locations this Cinco de Mayo weekend (coincidentally, places where you can also purchase the tequila!):

Thursday, May 5: 1pm-3pm - Pat's Liquor (4250 Alafaya Trail) 4pm-6pm - GB Discount Liquors (69 Alafaya Wood Blvd., Oviedo)

Friday May 6: 2pm-4pm - Liquor Master (3000 Old Winter Garden Road) 5:30pm-7:30pm - SweetBay Supermarket (1718 E. Highway 50, Clermont)

Saturday May 7: 10am-12pm - Victoria Wine & Liquors (13750 W. Colonial Drive, Winter Garden) 2pm-4pm - ABC Liquors (801 Oviedo Market Place Blvd., Oviedo) 5pm-7pm - Knightly Liquors OBT (12975 S. Orange Blossom Trail)

Track the Camarena taco/tequila truck here:

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