National Taco Day & National Vodka Day are Both on Oct 4th and Fish City Grill & Half Shells have a Promotion-Filled Day to Celebrate
National Taco Day and National Vodka Day both happen to fall on the same day this year – Sunday, Oct 4 – and Fish City Grill and Half Shells have a promotion-filled day to celebrate. With special pricing on tasty tacos and Tito’s vodka, guests are encouraged to come for the food and stay for a drink or two. Tacos, including Serafin’s Fish Tacos, Honey Chipotle Shrimp Tacos and Sweet Chili Sriracha Shrimp Tacos, will be available for $10. Tito’s based drinks will be available for $5 as a refreshing complement to the flavor-packed tacos.
The Sweet Chili Sriracha Shrimp Tacos are the monthly Chalkboard Special tacos for October and will be available daily for $13.99, except for National Taco Day when they will sell for $10.
For more information on locations and hours, visit FishCityGrill.com.
ABOUT FISH CITY GRILL AND HALF SHELLS
Founded in 1995, Fish City Grill is a neighborhood joint serving fresh seafood in a comfortable setting. Our tagline says it all “Friendly Folks. Serious Seafood.” We’re connected to and involved in our local communities and believe that a true neighborhood restaurant belongs to the people. Fish City Grill has 20 locations throughout Texas, Arkansas, Florida and Oklahoma. In an effort to tread lightly on the world, Fish City Grill is committed to fisheries and vendors that are environmentally conscious and fish legally from sustainable waters. There are two Half Shells location in North Texas.
Their Charitable Efforts
To say you are a part of the neighborhood is one thing, but to put your money where your mouth is and give back to the neighborhoods is quite another. They believe that they have been very blessed and that it is their honor to share their good fortune with others. Here is one of the things that they do that they are most proud of:
First Tuesday Benefit – On the First Tuesday of each month, every one of their stores hosts a First Tuesday Benefit. Each store chooses a local charity and donates 15% of the entire day’s sales to that charity. They began this program right after the tragic events of 9/11. They realized that many local charities struggled for funding as most all charitable giving at that time went towards helping the victims and cities of that tragedy. Since its inception, they have given back over $700,000 to charities that help Folks and a few animals(!) that need a helping hand.