Pink Taco was once seen as edgy because it dared to have a euphemism for a name. Now most people have more or less forgotten about this perfectly fine, not exactly authentic Mexican restaurant serving overpriced tacos to tourists. But their happy hours give you reason to go. The menu is decent, there are about twenty margaritas to choose from, and the crowd is always having fun.
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