Taco Tuesday

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Taco Tuesday is a custom in many US cities of going out to eat tacos or in some cases select Mexican dishes typically served in a tortilla on Tuesday nights. Restaurants will often offer special prices, for example, "$1 fish tacos every Tuesday night".[1] It is popular in many big cities across the nation and especially popular in the beach cities of Southern California.[2][3] Taco Tuesday is similar to Happy Hour in that restaurants vary in their participation, hours, and specials offered.

Taco John’s was granted a trademark for "Taco Tuesday" in 1989, and has defended against other restaurants using that phrase (except in New Jersey, where another restaurant trademarked it in 1982).[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://2.ourtiempo.com/the-strange-history-of-taco-tuesday/
  2. ^ http://www.laweekly.com/restaurants/10-places-in-la-to-eat-1-tacos-5291898
  3. ^ http://www.nbcsandiego.com/the-scene/food-drink/T-is-for-Taco-Tuesday-59344962.html
  4. ^ Mayyasi, Alex. "The Trademarking of "Taco Tuesday"". Priceconomics. Retrieved 26 September 2016.