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Holiday Hours All Locations:

Halloween: Regular Business Hours (11:30am – 8:30pm) | Day before Thanksgiving: Regular Business Hours (11:30am – 8pm) | Thanksgiving Day: T27 CLOSED | Black Friday: Regular Business Hours (11:30am – 9pm) | Christmas Eve: 11:30am – 4pm (half day, no dinner shift) | Christmas Day: T27 Closed | New Year’s Eve: Regular Business Hours (11:30am – 9pm) | New Year’s Day: Regular Business Hours (11:30am – 8pm)

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Do you want this year’s Thanksgiving day to be a unique and unforgettable experience?

If you answered yes, then you’ve come to the right place!

Everyone looks forward to that magical time of the year, Thanksgiving. The national holiday dates back to 1621 when colonists celebrated the harvest and other fortunes during the year. And in 2022, we will still honor the blessings we received this year.

However, after years of the same dinner, now might be the time to spice up your feast.

So, read on to discover why you should add Thanksgiving tacos to your meal this year!

The History of Tacos

When you think of Mexican foods, tacos are the first thing that comes to mind. Therefore it’s no surprise that the delicacy derives from the United Mexican States. 

Modern-day tacos as we know them today originate from the 19th century. The food was first mentioned in the U.S. in 1905 when Mexican workers started migrating across the border. Tacos were in high demand among Mexicans during this period as they were cheap and easy to transport. 

Nevertheless, tacos have been around much longer than in the 19th and 20th centuries. 

It is hard to pinpoint the exact time and location of the first taco. Although experts agree that locals consumed the dish before the Spanish arrived in Mexico over 500 years ago.

Back then, tacos consisted of corn tortillas packed with fried fish or cooked organs. They didn’t have the luxury of lettuce, cheese, and a wide variety of sauces.

Why You Should Add Tacos to Your Thanksgiving Meal

In 2020, over 62 million people of Hispanic origin were living in the U.S.

Celebrating Latino heritage week has never been so popular. That led to the growth in Mexican food and tacos being served in homes across the nation. Having tacos at Thanksgiving can be your way of showing your support to the community.

Sometimes our eyes are bigger than our stomachs, especially during the holiday season. That means there are always some leftovers from dinner, and tacos are an excellent way of using them.

How to Add Tacos to Your Thanksgiving Feast

When you enjoy a traditional meal on Thanksgiving, you must have hearty fillings, flowing sauces, and delicious side dishes. Well, that is also the case with tacos.

Tacos are the perfect way to use up any leftovers from the big day. But before you can fill up on mains and sides, there are a few things to consider.

First, what style of tortilla?

Corn tortillas are more delicate than flour tortillas. So if you plan to fill your tacos to the brim, flour tortillas might be better for you.

Your main fillings should be all the leftovers cooked for Thanksgiving Day. Turkey, potatoes, grilled veg, and anything else you cooked can be packed into your taco.

To complete your feast, you need a selection of sides. Brussels sprouts, glazed carrots, and green beans are the most popular choice for sides during Thanksgiving. So it’s no surprise if it’s at your dinner table this year.

To top off a complete meal, you need sauces. Thanksgiving isn’t complete without gravy and cranberry sauces. Therefore your thanksgiving tacos won’t be accomplished without them!

So, set out all the usual Thanksgiving toppings – cranberry sauce, gravy, stuffing, etc. And add them to a taco, Tacogiving bar with T27.

Enjoy Your Thanksgiving Tacos

Thanksgiving only comes around once a year. So why not make the most of it with some delicious thanksgiving tacos? 

It’s a magical time, but with turkey tacos, this year will be a unique and unforgettable experience.

Check out our menu if you want more inspiration for your feast. Or order tacos online and sample our world-class tacos if you want a break from cooking this year.