Taco Passport offers deals while supporting charities

DENVER – If your Taco Tuesday routine has gotten a little stale, now you can mix it up while also supporting local charities.

Enter the Denver Taco Passport, a new booklet rolling out June 1 that features 2-for-1 discounts at 20 taco spots around the Denver metro area.

The booklet costs $20, and organizers sid at least $15 of that will go straight to supporting three local charities – the Food Bank of the Rockies, Lázaro Project and Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network.

“The goal is to not only raise money for local charities, but to increase foot-traffic and business for locally owned businesses as well,” Taco Passport’s website reads.

A few of the participating restaurants include: Comida, Lola, Los Chingones, El Jefe, Adelitas, Uno Mas, Tacos Tequila Whiskey, Teal Tacos and Mas Kaos.

The Taco Passport will be valid through the end of the year.

For more information, click or tap here.

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