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Torchy’s Tacos in Lawrence offering free taco, queso to those who stop by April 4-10

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No matter what happens this weekend, there will be something to look forward to on Monday.

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Torchy’s Tacos, 3050 Iowa St. in Lawrence, is offering one free taco of your choice and one free green chile queso to everyone who stops by the restaurant — no purchase necessary — from Monday, April 4, through Sunday, April 10.

CEO Mike Rypka will be in town and wants to invite the community to come say hello.

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“Torchy’s couldn’t be prouder to serve and support the Lawrence community. We opened our restaurant back in 2021 in the middle of the pandemic and quite honestly felt like we didn’t put our best foot forward in delivering the Damn Good experience you should expect from Torchy’s and we feel awful about it,” Rypka said in a news release.

“Now we have an exceptional management team in place, and we wanted to do something special to make it up to our loyal fans in Lawrence, introduce our new team, express our appreciation, and spread a little taco love.”

The deal will be available from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 4-10. One complimentary taco and queso and chips order per person. Drinks are not included.

Restaurant guests may choose their taco, including the April Taco of the Month, the Tokyo Drifter. It’s made with teriyaki glazed pulled pork, fried wonton strips, sweet & sour veggie slaw, sesame sriracha mayo, cilantro and a lime wedge on a flour tortilla, according to the release.

If it’s cheating your diet, you can always say the devil made you do it.

Carter Gaskins / The Lawrence Times The Torchy’s Tacos devil waves to the crowd on Massachusetts Street during the 2022 Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day parade.
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