Celebrating Dia del Los Muertos – FREE Taco

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(Photo by Tacos Tu Madre)

Celebrate Day of the Dead at the new Tacos tu Madre in Westwood. It officially opens on November 1 with Free Taco Day!  This new inventive new concept envisioned by Joshua Pourgol and Oliver Mateen. To celebrate the launch of Westwood’s new Mexican street fare inspired walk-up window, guests can swing by for a free taco from 8 a.m. to midnight. Just show the cashier that you are following @TacosTuMadre on Instagram.

(Photo by Tacos Tu Madre)
(Photo by Tacos Tu Madre)

FREE Taco Specials Include:

Crispy Fish with shaved cabbage, citrus crema, house-made red pepper aioli, and pickled red onions.

Carne Asada, Carnitas or Grilled Chicken with pico de gallo, avocado coconut cream sauce, house-made red pepper aioli, and chili lime queso fresco.

Crispy Katsu Chicken with shaved cabbage, katsu sauce, house-made red pepper aioli, crispy onions, and pickled red peppers.

Birria Style Lamb with pico de gallo, avocado coconut cream sauce, house-made red pepper aioli, and chili lime queso fresco.

Pastor with pico de gallo, avocado coconut cream sauce, house-made red pepper aioli, chili lime queso fresco, and grilled sweet corn relish.

Chorizo & Egg with guacamole, fried egg, and chili lime queso fresco.

(Photo by Tacos Tu Madre)
(Photo by Tacos Tu Madre)

Located on Westwood Boulevard, the modern Tacos tu Madre has curb appeal with its eye-catching Day of the Dead inspired mural commissioned by The Art of Chase, a Belgium-born, critically acclaimed artist and designer who has painted more than 250 murals in cities around the world.

Under the direction of acting Creative Director Lauren Kessler, the grey and black color scheme, modern tables and ample counter space inviting patrons to sit or stand while they eat.

Tacos tu Madre isn’t a typical taco stand, it has an elevated breakfast, lunch and dinner rotating menu.

945 1/2 Westwood Blvd. in Los Angeles, California, and is open daily from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., and until 3:00 a.m. Thursday to Saturday.

 

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