Sunny Spot Just Made Your Taco Tuesday Decision a Whole Lot Easier

But don’t sleep on Slider Mondays either
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Roy Choi is putting the sun-drenched patio and massive rum selection at Sunny Spot to good weekday use with a pair of deals that launched this week: Slider Monday and Taco Tuesday.

Staying true to his restaurant’s Caribbean fusion theme—just traveling west a few hundred miles—Choi says he’s taking inspiration from the island-adjacent Yucatan for his new lineup of $2 tacos. He’s serving up five varieties: spicy ground beef, pork belly with avocado, lamb and pineapple guisado, garlic shrimp, and a vegetarian mashed plantain mofongo taco.

And when we say “he’s serving up,” we mean the man, the myth, the legend himself: Choi was working the line last night, personally loading crispy animal bits into tortillas at Sunny Spot’s first Taco Tuesday of many to come.

He said on Twitter, “I never did a Taco Tuesday Before in my life. I do a taco everyday. This is FUN.”

Though it might lack the alliterative flair and name recognition of Taco Tuesday, Slider Monday is still coming in hot with the deals. For $4 each—or three for $10, which you can’t afford not to do—you have your choice of a cheeseburger with tomato jam, tempura shrimp with avocado mash, pork belly with pineapple slaw, calamari with gremolata, and pork rib with cilantro and a dried pepper sauce all served on mini brioche buns.

If you’re not hungry and you’re just sad about it being early in the work week, Sunny Spot has you covered there too: You can now drown your sorrows in $5 beers, $6 wines, and $8 cocktails all day Monday and Tuesday.

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