Mayor Dyer slings breakfast tacos at Bikes Beans & Bordeaux for Taco Tuesday

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Breakfast taco junkie Mayor Buddy Dyer
  • Breakfast taco junkie Mayor Buddy Dyer
Mayor Buddy Dyer’s fondness for breakfast tacos is no secret. When leaders from the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts floated plans to open a few bars and restaurants on the open land to either side of the facility, Buddy – their across-the-street neighbor – had no demands for the team “other than a place where he can get breakfast tacos,” he told the Orlando Business Journal. Which is why it’s less surprising, though still surpassingly weird, that the mayor will be making breakfast tacos for the masses. Yes, for 45 minutes, your elected city leader will be in the kitchen at Bikes Beans & Bordeaux, sleeves rolled up and slinging egg, chorizo and bacon tacos on homemade tortillas. Why, though? Like we said, the man loves his breakfast tacos, and after the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Bumby multi-use path, he got to chatting with the owner of B3 and actually volunteered to come in and do a Taco Tuesday takeover. Why doesn't matter, though – we’re just looking forward to the Most Special Taco Tuesday ever.

5 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 | Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux, 3022 Corrine Drive | 407-427-1440 | bikesbeansandbordeaux.com | taco prices TBA

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