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Monday is Free Taco Day at La Biblioteca

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If you’ve been curious about the new lunchtime tacos at La Biblioteca, but haven’t been over to try them yet, you’ll want to mark Monday on your calendar.  From 11:30am to 12:30pm (on Monday, Nov. 15th) every single Midtown Luncher who walks in the door at La Biblioteca will get a 3 tacos combo for free.  The orders will be to go only, and they’ll have one pulled roast chicken taco, one grilled mahi mahi taco, and one carne asada taco, so they can give out as many orders as possible.  Limit one order per person, and drinks, guacamole, and sides will be available for an additional charge.

Can’t make it there by 12:30pm?  Everybody who shows up after 12:30pm will get a free order of guacamole.  Freeloaders… this is a big one.  Prepare to engage.

Your First Look at La Biblioteca’s Tequila Bar Tacos

Your First Look at La Biblioteca’s Tequila Bar Tacos

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I haven’t touched tequila in years. Just a whiff brings back memories of my 20s and “just one more shot” at 3am on a Tuesday night. No, thanks. That said, I’ll do a go a long way for a good taco. When I read about Zengo’s new lunch of three tacos for $10 in their tequila bar, I knew I’d have to suck it up and bury those shredded memories to get my hands on some high class tacos.

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Tequila Bar La Biblioteca to Become Taqueria During Lunch

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Zengo, the upscale Latin restaurant on the corner of 3rd Ave and 40th Street that Amy wrote about earlier this year, has been hiding a secret underground cove named La Biblioteca de Tequila. This “library of tequila” is owned by Chef Richard Sandoval who also runs Pampano Taqueria, and they’ve been boozing up the after-work scene since April with 400 different tequilas alongside a decent menu of Mexican food. But starting this Monday (November 1st), they’re going to be giving a whole new meaning to my beloved boozy lunch… or as one of the hosts told me, “tacos & tequila.” Sweet Mexican Jesus.

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