Chronic Tacos giving away free tacos to celebrate grand opening
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Chronic Tacos is coming to Las Vegas and it is promising to be the solution for people who are tired of contrived, cookie-cutter chains that serve tasteless, soulless, and average food.
Chronic Tacos, with 35 locations throughout North America, is celebrating its grand opening at The Palms Casino and Resort on May 31.
To celebrate, they are offering one free taco each week for an entire year to the first 25 local customers in line at 9:30 a.m. (must have local identification).
In addition, the first 50 customers in line will get a free taco and free chips and salsa will be served with each meal for all customers on grand opening day.
Grand opening day celebrations include a ribbon-cutting ceremony with MTV celebrity Wee Man; a Mariachi band from 5 to 6 p.m.; and autograph session with Wee Man from 5 to 8 p.m.
Chronic Tacos will also donate 20 percent of its grand opening day sales to Street Teens, a local non-profit organization dedicated to assisting homeless, abandoned and at-risk teens in Las Vegas.
Chronic Tacos was founded in 2001 by Randy Wyner and Dan Biello. The pair had the idea that fresh, fast and made-to-order Mexican food could be served up in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
The first location was in Newport Beach, Calif.