Where to celebrate National Taco Day in Orlando

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We know you're already over-the-tortilla for tacos, and today is National Taco Day!

Here are some spots where you can score a dinner deal tonight.



Hunger Street Tacos
All tacos on the menu, including the new fried avocado taco, are just $2.50. You'll want to try that hibiscus-flower taco. It's a conversation starter.

Taco Bell
Get your own Grande Meal tonight for a song. The chain is offering four classic tacos (crunchy or soft) for just $5.



Gringos Locos Tacos
Get a free Sloppy Taco with any purchase. One would go great with a gigantic chimichanga.

Tako Cheena
Get $2 off all tacos. All day. Gimme.

Mesa 21
Both locations (Clermont and Lake Ivanhoe) are doing $1 off every taco on the menu.

Tijuana Flats Burrito Co.
The restaurant might be known for bad-ass burritos, but we'll take a couple tacos, too. At TF's, you can get $2 tacos and Mexican draft beers all day. Steak tacos are just a 50-cent upcharge. Not valid for fish tacos. Boo.

Zona Fresca
The Winter Park location is offering their Taco Tuesday deal today (on a Wednesday), so score BOGO tacos tonight.

Chuy's Fresh Tex Mex
As if you don't have enough on your plate, Chuy's is offering a free beef taco with purchase of an entree. At least you'll have lunch tomorrow, too.

Del Taco
The fast food Mexican chain has a coupon online for BOGO "Queso Crunch" tacos — basically copycat Double Decker tacos.

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