“Tacopalooza” returns with all-you-can-eat tacos


April 19, 2019
By Matt Sterner

Pops Hot Chicken joins the party this year.

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Consider wearing stretchy pants to this one because you’re about to embark in an all-you-can-eat taco adventure.

This year, “Tacopalooza” is coming by storm and taking over at South Sixth Bodega from 6 – 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 4.

The event is being run by local chef Jose Zavala, who’s also known as Che West, and this year he’s inviting a special guest to the fiesta. During last year’s event, Rollies Mexican Patio joined the party but this time around Pops Hot Chicken is rolling in to serve food.

In addition, there’s also going to be a self-serve michelada station, which is also BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer).

Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased ahead of time. If you wait too long, you’ll end up spending $25 a ticket on the week of the event. Another important thing to remember — the tickets are limited and there’s only about 60 tickets left.

Here’s another option: a Tacopalooza T-shirt and Ticket combo for $40 each, but they’re also running low with about 15 tickets left.

Tacopalooza Menu

  • Pops Hot Chicken Tacos – with a maple syrup Sriracha tortilla
  • Chorizo Infused Birria – with a blue corn garlic tortilla
  • Manzanita Sol Carnitas – with a jalapeño tomatillo tortilla

Tacopalooza is happening at South Sixth Bodega, which is located at 2111 S. Sixth Ave. For more information and to purchase your tickets online, visit southsixthbodega.com

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