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Mr. Mesquite Taqueria to open new Mesa location with free giveaways

Aug 18, 2020, 4:05 AM | Updated: 8:26 am
(Facebook photo/Mr. Mesquite Taqueria)...
(Facebook photo/Mr. Mesquite Taqueria)
(Facebook photo/Mr. Mesquite Taqueria)

PHOENIX — Mr. Mesquite Taqueria is launching the grand opening of its newest location next month.

The taqueria will be opening Sept. 5 on the southwest corner of Southern Avenue and Crimson Road in Mesa.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night food will be served at the Valley’s eighth Mr. Mesquite’s.

The grand opening of the new location will also feature free giveaways.

Mr. Mesquite Taqueria is giving away free tacos for six months (one taco per week) to the first 50 guests when doors open at 10 a.m.

In addition to a free taco, the first 200 guests will also receive a free bag with branded stadium cups, hats, masks and other surprises inside.

Mr. Mesquite Taqueria is also giving the opportunity to students, staff and members of nearby schools and churches to get a free sneak peek of the new location five days before the grand opening.

Those that are interested need to RSVP online and select a time to come in for a complimentary meal on Aug. 31.

Mr. Mesquite’s full menu and eight metro Phoenix locations can be found on its website.

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