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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Free Tacos and Tequila!

Posted By on Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 10:41 AM


Camarena Taco Truck Launch Party

Where: SOMArts (8th and Brannan Streets)

When: Friday, July 22 7-10 p.m.

Cost: Free! (but you have to register)

UPDATE: The event is completely booked by SFoodie readers, but see the link on the next page to learn how to follow the truck's future appearances.

Dozens of new Tequila brands are being launched these days, and if they're all going to feed us for free like Camarena Tequila, we're all for it.

Camarena has outfitted a taco truck that will start a month of pop-up visits across the Bay Area, offering free Tequila-infused tacos created by Antelmo Faria, who should know what he's doing because he's the executive chef of Tacolicious.

The party is limited to the first 300 people who register. We chatted via email with a company rep a few minutes before posting this and she said that few have registered yet -- but with free tacos and Tequila at stake, that won't last. Not only that, she wrote that there will be an "open Camarena Tequila bar all night." This should be a real test of the sit/lie law.

Register here for the party. You can also keep track of the truck's future appearances -- which should also involve free tacos -- at its Facebook page, or follow it at @CamarenaTequila.

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