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9 of Philly’s Best Taco Spots are Coming Together For the All-You-Can-Eat “Taco Fiesta” Being Held at Bok

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9 of Philly’s Best Taco Spots are Coming Together For the All-You-Can-Eat “Taco Fiesta” Being Held at Bok

Feature Image via Los Cuatro Soles

9 of Philly’s Best Taco Spots are Coming Together For the All-You-Can-Eat “Taco Fiesta” Being Held at Bok

If you’re looking for an event where you can chow down on some authentic Mexican Tacos, keep reading.  The Association of Mexican Business Owners of Philly has assembled nine of Philly’s top taco makers to form their inaugural Taco Fiesta being held at Bok (800 Mifflin St.) on Thursday September 22nd from 6 pm – 9 pm.

Taco Fiesta will feature Philly Tacos, Alma del Mar, Los Cuatros Soles, Adelita’s Restuarant, Mezcal Cantina, Taqueria Morales, Los Taquitos de Puebla and Marco’s Fish & Crab House. Taco lovers will get to enjoy a variety of tacos including Tacos al Pastor, Canasta and Barbacoa. Tickets are $45 a pop and it’s all-you-can eat tacos as well as Elotes, Crazy Salad, Aguachiles, Ensalada de Nopales y Mole, Arroz y Nachos and Ostiones. (some options may vary). For entertainment guests will also be treated to two bands as well as a live  Catrinas Fashion exhibit.

In addition to the food, the event will also feature a variety of local vendors including  Reed Flowers, Philatinos Radio, Julieta Zavala (Fashion), Choco Arte and Artesanias Mundo de Queen.  Drinks will also be available onsite to purchase.  Tickets to the festival are available on Eventbrite.

“We want to share an experience in which the people visiting can try the different restaurants and find their favorite. Also, we want to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and show the potential of these emerging businesses. We want to put the emerging business in the spotlight, showing that them does not only have a variety of Mexican food but a cultural and economic impact on the Philadelphia area,” states association board member Erik Barragán.

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