Friday, September 21, 2007

Look What 85 Cents Buys: El Charro's 85th Anniversary

Posted By on Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 7:42 AM

This announcement was too late for Noshing Around.

El Charro Café, the oldest, continuously family-owned and operated Mexican restaurant in the United States proudly celebrates their 85th anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 22.

In celebration of 85 years in Tucson, El Charro Café is throwing a birthday bash with festive food, drink and dessert specials, including traditional live entertainment in all restaurants. Enjoy 85 cents El Charro beef tacos, 85 cents Sonoran hot dogs and 85 cents anniversary margaritas.

El Charro Café will donate a portion of the day’s proceeds to the El Rio Foundation and The Boys and Girls Club of Tucson.

You’re invited to all four Tucson Locations: Downtown - 311 N. Court Avenue, 622-1922;  Eastside - 6310 E. Broadway Blvd., 745-1922; North - 100 W. Orange Grove, 615-1922;  Speedway - 4699 E. Speedway, 325-1922.

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