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Taco & Tequila Tuesday at SOL Cocina in Scottsdale Launching February 5

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There's nothing special about Tuesday. Monday kicks it off, Wednesday is halfway through the week and Thursday and Friday? Well, they slide right into the weekend.

But even the most lackluster day of the week can get a little infusion on fun when you throw in some Latin flair. Which is why even we could be compelled to head out of the house for SOL Cocina's Taco & Tequila Tuesday, a weekly event they're kicking off tomorrow night.

See also: - First Taste SOL Cocina's New Brunch: Pick Your Friends Carefully - Lunch under $10 at Dragon Wok in Gilbert

Beginning on February 5, guests can snag quite a few deals at the Scottsdale Quarter restaurant from 4 p.m. to midnight on Tuesday evenings. The special menu features a slew of specials including chicken, carnitas or fish tacos for $3 or less and guacamole for $5.50. Discounted drinks and live music could make your Tuesday nights a little less dull.

When it comes time to wash it down they've got Pura Vida Tequila on hand with $5.50 Pura Vida House Blanco Margaritas and Mexican bottled beers for $3.50. For the tequila connoisseur, $12 will get you a Pura Vida Tequila Tasting Flight.

To kick off the Tuesday night affair retired Major League Baseball pitcher Mike Hampton, a spokesperson and investor in Pura Vida Tequila, will guest bartend while diners get a chance to win a signed Fender guitar by ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons. Local singer and songwriter Jake Dean will play acoustic music to round out the event.

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