3 Taco Deals for Cinco de Mayo in Metro Phoenix

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What? You didn't realize it was Cinco de Mayo until this very moment? Well, you're probably going to be craving tacos about right . . . now. And you're in luck, because there are a few places around town where you can cash in on taco deals today.

Oh, and if you're looking for a more exhaustive list of Cinco de Mayo eating and drinking options, be sure to check out our list of 10 Best Places to Eat and Drink on Cinco de Mayo in Metro Phoenix.

See also: 10 Best Places to Eat and Drink on Cinco de Mayo in Metro Phoenix

Joyride Taco House

Both the Gilbert and Central Phoenix locations of Joyride Taco House will offer deals today. You can get $2 carnitas tacos and $5 house margaritas from 5 to 9 p.m.

Milagro Grill

This Arcadia restaurant will serve a three-taco plate for $10 today -- not a bad deal when combined with Milargo's $3 Negro Model drafts, $2 Coors light drafts, $4 house margaritas, and $3.50 Mexican import bottled beers.

Uptown Alley

This 60,000-square-foot family entertainment venue in Surprise will offer $5 street tacos today. Your choice of al pastor, carne asada, chicken, or carnitas. Uptown Alley will also be serving $5 margaritas and $3 Coronas.

Of course, if you're looking for quality over quantity, you'll also want to check out our list of 10 Best Tacos in Metro Phoenix, which includes favorite spots such as Otro Cafe, La Santisima, and El Rinconcito del D.F.

And don't forget the good news: Restaurant Atoyac Estilo Oaxaca, formerly Tacos Atoyac, has reopened.

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