Celebrate National Taco Day at Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequila in Brea Downtown

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Celebrate National Taco Day on October 4 at Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequila and receive half-off tacos and tequila all night.

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“National Taco Day is a great time to celebrate and try something new,” said Don Myers, co-founder of Cha Cha’s Taco & Tequila.

Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequila, the fresh innovative Latin restaurant located in Brea Downtown, invites you to celebrate National Taco Day with them on Tuesday, October 4. National Taco Day, this year, also coincides with Cha Cha’s already successful Tuesday promotion, “Tacos & Tequila Tuesday,” where guests can enjoy 50 percent off all Cha Cha’s tacos and tequila all night long.

“National Taco Day is a great time to celebrate and try something new,” said Don Myers, co-founder of Cha Cha’s Taco & Tequila. “We have six different types of tacos ranging from traditional Chicken and Carne Asada, to more exotic Portobello Mushroom and Mahi Mahi tacos.

Cha Cha's Tacos & Tequila offers an alternative to traditional Mexican cuisine. Using only the finest fresh selected ingredients and made from scratch daily marinades. The Latin-inspired menu features spectacular Latin food prepared in a wood-fired oven, and flame grilled wild caught seafood, and organic stone ground tortillas.

Cha Cha’s attention to detail carries on to their hand-crafted cocktails, where they use only fresh-squeezed juices, house-made sour mixes, 100 percent Blue Agave Tequilas for their Margaritas and fresh fruit garnishes. Their award-winning margaritas are paired perfectly with their unique tacos.

Cha Cha’s taco selection includes:

  •     Shrimp - Chipotle cabbage, mango habanero salsa
  •     Carnitas - Grilled pineapple and chipotle salsa    
  •     Carne Asada - Roasted guajillo salsa    
  •     Chicken - Fresh tomatillo salsa    
  •     Fresh Mahi -Mahi - Chipotle cabbage, pico de gallo
  •     Portobello Mushroom - Organic greens, pico de gallo

National Taco Day celebrates the history of the taco. The taco predates the arrival of Europeans in Mexico. There is anthropological evidence that the indigenous people living in the lake region of the Valley of Mexico traditionally ate tacos filled with small fish. Writing at the time of the Spanish conquistadors, Bernal Díaz del Castillo documented the first taco feast enjoyed by Europeans, a meal which Hernán Cortés arranged for his captains in Coyoacán. There is no record of why the Spanish used their word, "taco," to describe this indigenous food.

Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequilas is located in Brea Downtown at 110 W. Birch St, Brea, CA 92821.

For additional information or to speak with Don Myers or Peter Serantoni, please contact Adam Rosenblum at 714-401-1362.

About Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequila (http://www.ChaChasBrea.com)
Cha Cha’s Tacos & Tequila, is the creation of co-owners and seasoned restaurateurs Don Myers and Peter Serantoni. Cha Cha's Tacos & Tequila offers an alternative to traditional Mexican cuisine. Using quality seasonal and organic ingredients, the Latin-inspired menu features spectacular Latin food prepared in a wood-fired oven, and a variety of fresh house made fire-roasted salsas, which hint to the natural and abundant flavor profiles found in every dish. That same attention to detail carries on to their hand-crafted cocktails, where they use only fresh-squeezed juices, house-made sour mixes, 100 percent Blue Agave Tequilas for their Margaritas and fresh fruit garnishes.

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