$10 for 10 Tacos at Tacos a Go-Go, Today Only

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What are the odds that Tacos a Go-Go would announce a one-day-only sale on its tacos the day after our own Marco Torres announced that he's going taco-less (and Mexican food-less) for the next 30 days? Sorry, Marco. Better luck next time...

For the rest of us, this is a helluva deal.

Tacos a Go-Go rarely participates in group dining deals, but they're our featured VOICE Daily Deal today -- and today only. The deal gets you 10 tacos for $10, and you can buy pretty much any taco on the menu, up to a $25 value; the only taco that's excluded from the deal is the lamb barbacoa.

That means you can get 10 $1.79 breakfast tacos for $10, 10 $1.99 pastor tacos for $10 or even 10 $2.49 fajita tacos... for just $10. I think I know who's going to be the most popular guy at the office soon: you, and that big bag of breakfast tacos you just brought in.



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Tacos A Go-Go

3704 Main St., Houston, TX

Category: Restaurant

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Kelli
Kelli

Got mine!!! Fine print though says 1 taco per person at a time.  No bueno.

Alison
Alison

 The fine fine print does not limit how many you can get at a time or per person.  You can get one or 10 at a time.  It is up to you. 

Kyle
Kyle

Hm, I am not seeing this fine print, aside from the vague "limited quantities available."

Kelli
Kelli

Purchase limit, 1 per person, up to 4 additional as gifts.

The blonde in me came out for a moment.....forgive me sir

H_e_x
H_e_x

Ah, the good old bait and switch.

Katharine Shilcutt
Katharine Shilcutt

Oh nooooo! I didn't see that fine print. I'm sorry. :(

FattyFatBastard
FattyFatBastard

It has to mean 1 coupon per person, as this can only be used once at the restaurant.

Kyle
Kyle

No, you redeem the coupon for a punch card. You can then get your punches done whenever you want within the offer period. That's the point of a punch card.

FattyFatBastard
FattyFatBastard

That is exactly what it means.  This is a pretty bad deal.

Farley Flavors
Farley Flavors

"this can only be used once at the restaurant"

You mean all 10 tacos have to be ordered at the same time ?

Kyle
Kyle

If that's what Kelli's referring to, yes, that's a standard thing on most Voice (and Groupon, Living Social, etc) deals. So it seems that you can have as many as you want at a time.

string cheesy
string cheesy

 I like the tacos here, but I wish restaurants in Houston (Onion Creek family, e.g. ) would stop trying to theme themselves as if they were in Austin. Not sure if this was intentional on A-Go-Go's part, but the new location sure feels that way.

Screw Austin! Houston and its restaurants have plenty of which to be proud and do not need to rely on manufactured funkiness and "authenticity."

Craigley
Craigley

You speak the truth.  Houston is Space Age and Gritty all at the same time.

Why some try to be Soft and Weird in this fine town is beyond me.

TM
TM

This is why I avoid places like Onion Creek. If a business wants to be in Austin, pack your shit and move to Austin. We won't miss you.

Well, that's one reason I avoid OC, that...and the douchebags.

KING
KING

I ain't that serious.

ec
ec

You got that right!  The one time i went to Tacos a Go Go I thought the tacos were pretty flavorless, no seasoning on the meat.  Even the hot sauce couldn't save it for me.

string cheesy
string cheesy

and part of the strategy may be to draw in Longhorns. As you say, an even clearer reason to avoid such establishments. Of course, most UT grads are dumb enough to be sucked in by such a simple ploy. I agree. They can all pack their shit.

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