New Mexican restaurant opens in Palmdale

July 31, 2016 by  

Chronic Tacos recently celebrated the grand opening of its latest restaurant in Southern California in Palmdale. This restaurant will likely be of interest to residents of nearby towns, including Lancaster.

At the grand opening party was Jason “Wee Man” Acuña, a professional skateboarder and personality from television, and guests were able to try free samples of food, enjoy live music performed by a Mariachi band, and participate in special giveaways.

There were also several interactive events. One was an amateur taco-eating contest, where the winner received a gift card from Chronic Tacos worth $100. The first 50 guests in line for the opening also received one free taco.

Traditional Mexican items are served at Chronic Tacos, and include taquitos, tortas, tacos, and salads, as well as breakfast menu items served all day and various Mexican meat, chicken, and seafood dishes.

In addition, one of the missions of Chronic Tacos is to give back to the community so that it can contribute to the growth of each area. For this grand opening event, a fifth of the sales of the day were donated to Grace Resources, a nonprofit in the area that helps the underprivileged in the community.

Chronic Tacos may turn to various marketing services to promote the new restaurant throughout the community, and its fresh Mexican cuisine made from scratch for each of its guests.

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