Tune up for Cinco de Mayo with Taco Takeover, guacamole specials, chef’s house specialties and the return of the original $5 house margarita made from 100% blue agave.
The $5 House Margarita is Back!
Our $5 house margarita made from 100% blue agave is back for the month of April, and just in time for Spring training. Cinco’s coming, and the best way to prepare is with the original Mezcal margarita.
Taco Takeover March 27th – April 2nd
Satisfy your taco fix with chef specials and our $10.99 unlimited taco, burrito and salad bar open all day and night for the entire week with new featured fillings and toppings changing daily (taco bar available in worcester only).
Chef’s Taco Takover specials:
Ginger Teriyaki Shrimp – cucumber salsa, wasabi aioli, furikake spice
P&BLT – pork belly, bacon, lettuce, tomato, queso fresco, chipotle mayo
Mac Daddy – mac & cheese, pepperoni, apple mustard salsa, crispy tortilla crumb
Philly Cheese Steak – arugula, roasted pepper & onion, smoked chili aioli
Garlicky Mushroom & Kale Sauté – ancho hummus, queso fresco, arugula pesto crema
It’s Guac for Hunger All April
Mezcal is donating $1 from every guacamole order during the month of April to Share our Strength and their No Kid Hungry program. Stop in and join us in our effort to help end child hunger.
Chef’s featured guacamole specials in support of the event:
Spring Fling – grilled asparagus, spring onion, sweet pea pesto whipped goat cheese, lavender honey
Shrimp Scampi – lemon pickled shrimp, evoo soaked sundried tomato, parmesan crema, garlic chips
Firecracker – diced pepperoni, chorizo, hot cherry peppers, blue cheese sour cream
Earthy Crunchy – homemade nut and dried fruit granola, agave Greek yogurt drizzle, chia seeds
Margherita – roasted cherry tomato, fresh mozzarella, roasted garlic oil, toasted bread crumb
“We’re working to end child hunger in America by connecting kids to effective nutrition programs like school breakfast and summer meals. This work is accomplished through the No Kid Hungry network, made up of private citizens, government officials, business leaders, and others providing innovative hunger solutions in their communities. These partners work together, implementing solutions that break down the barriers that keep kids from healthy food.” – nokidhungry.org