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You Can Enjoy Free Tacos And Endless Margaritas At This Mouth-Watering Event In Houston This Fall

If there's one combination that can pretty much get any Texan loud and proud—it's tacos and margaritas. And this August, Bar Crawl Nation is bringing the Taco And Margs Crawl to Houston, Texas, baby!

On Saturday, August 24th, you'll get to try out endless amounts of drink specials, loaded tacos, and even win prizes - all in one amazingly tasty night.

Beginning at 2 pm at Axis & Alibi, the crawl (and it's called a crawl for a reason) will continue on through several bars down Washington Ave. The bars include hotspots Axis & Alibi, Clutch, Kung Fu Saloon, Standard Bar and Kitchen, HandleBar, and Concrete Cowboy. Tacos and margs will be served at every location!

Bar Crawl Houston hosts the Taco and Marg crawl all across the country—so it's safe to say, they know how to throw a fest.

General Admission tickets at $10 online and it will get you a wristband and access to the DJ'd party, professional photography, surprises, and even a red carpet entry.

The wristband will get you a free cover into each of the bars and access to exclusive specials on marks and tacos at each spot.

VIP tickets sell for $49.99, and get you all of that plus access to the unlimited taco bar for one hour (shove as many as you can in!), margarita tastings, and a VIP-only experience. And make sure you download the app before the event!

To save $10, make sure you purchase your ticket online instead of at the door. The event is strictly 21+ but drinking is only optional—tacos are most of the fun anyway.

So secure your ticket, grab your best walking shoes, plan responsibly, and remember to eat the tacos before tasting the margaritas unless you really want to make it a crawl.

Houston Tacos & Margs Crawl

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Tacos and that not obvious?

Address: Begins at 5701 Washington Ave, Houston, TX 77007

Why you need to go: You get all the free tacos and get to taste test the best tequila and margaritas in the city.


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