Food And Drinks

Eat tacos and win a trip to Cancun during Orlando Taco Week


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A trip to Mexico is just one of the awards this year during Orlando Taco Week. As part of the Orlando Weekly Eat to Win promotion, taco lovers can purchase free meals, gift cards, and other goodies by checking into participating restaurants.

Have your passport stamped at various participating locations as you dine during taco week. COVID-19 couldn’t throw a wrench at the annual celebration, the pass is now digital and contactless!

Scan unique QR codes in each restaurant to earn 10 points per restaurant. With 50 points (or five restaurants) you will automatically qualify to win round-trip tickets to Mexico from Orlando International Airport, a compliment from AeroMexico!

Also up for grabs this year: a private taco fiesta in the Publix Aprons Cooking School. Post from restaurants while you dine using the hashtags #orlandotacoweek and #publixaprons. A winner will be selected to receive a private cooking experience for 16 people at Publix Aprons Cooking Schools.

Gift cards for participating restaurants during Taco Week will also be given out from social media posts. So post often and make them special! The more you post, the higher your chances of getting the jury’s attention.

Orlando Taco Week now runs through May 4th and has delicious $ 5 taco specials at nearly 40 restaurants in central Florida. Many also offer specialty drinks from Chihuahua Cerveza, Topo Chico Hard Seltzer, Don Julio Tequila, and Tito’s handmade vodka, which sponsor and enable the event. Passpoints are also awarded in connection with these sponsors. See the digital passports for details.

For a full list of restaurants, menu items and the downloadable digital pass, visit Follow @orlandotacoweek on Instagram to keep up to date with Orlando Taco Week, and follow Orlando Weekly on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with the latest happenings in central Florida.

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Janet Smith