Pink Cactus, the downtown restaurant serving Oaxacan-style cuisine, margaritas, and now breakfast, is turning two on International Women’s Day, Monday, March 8th. To celebrate, the Spring Street hotspot that is managed by Chef/Owner Brooke Warden, is giving away Breakfast Bowls (made with frijoles, chorizo, crema, cotija, avocado and potato) to its first 25 guests starting at 9 am, and pouring $5 margaritas all day.
In addition, every Wednesday from 6 pm to 9:30 pm is Ladies’ Night, and women receive 10% off their entire tab.
On Thursdays, guests can fill up on Birria Tacos for $5 starting at 3 pm. Guests can still get Al Pastor Tacos on Tuesdays for $4, or $6 when paired with a Tecate.
You can view the entire Pink Cactus menu here.
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