Crunch Time 

Introducing the first-ever RVA Nacho Taco Week.

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Tacos get creative next week when 30 local restaurants go the distance Dec. 1 – 8, during Style Weekly's Nacho Taco week.

For $5, customers can try the various flavors at these hot spots: Alamo, Bandito's, Bellytimber Tavern, Big's BBQ, Casa Del Barco, Continental Westhampton, Commercial Taphouse, Curbside Café, Don't Look Back, En Su Boca, Estilo, Galley, Ipanema Café, Jorge's Cantina, Kitchen 64, Lunch, Margarita's, Mexico, Mojo's, Mosaic, Pelon's Baja Grill, Popkin Tavern, Sidewalk Café, Sin E, The Cask Café & Market, Tio Pablo, The Lair, The Flyin' Pig Backyard Grill and Bar, The Well and The Local.

See what's being featured where at www.nachotacoweek.com.

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