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The Votes are in – The Washingtonian is Back

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Get ready to cast your ballot, Taco Junkies, because Torchy’s Tacos is bringing back The Washingtonian as November’s Taco of the Month, featuring smoked pulled pork, grilled onions, jack cheese, pickles, sour cream, fresh avocado, with chipotle BBQ sauce, all served on a flour tortilla. The Washingtonian is available now through Nov. 30th at all participating Torchy’s restaurants.

“Growing up right outside of Washington and being in Texas for over 15 years has heavily influenced the tacos we create,” said Torchy’s Tacos CEO Mike Rypka. “The Washingtonian brings a little taste of Texas to you with mouthwatering flavors like smoked pulled pork, grilled onions, and chipotle BBQ sauce. No matter who you are or what side you stand for, everyone can agree that this taco is a winner.”

Torchy’s is also featuring $1 off New Belgium Brewing pints for its Drink of the Month special at participating restaurants.

Portions of the proceeds from Taco of the Month sales go to Torchy’s charitable partners, including the Make a Wish Foundation, MD Anderson and Phoenix House.

About Torchy’s Tacos
The Torchy’s Tacos story began 16 years ago in Austin, Texas, when a man with a dream bought a food trailer and a vibrant red Vespa. Mike Rypka, founder of Torchy’s Tacos, built a menu out of experimental tacos that were coined by fans as “Damn Good.” Today, Torchy’s Tacos has over 100 locations across Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Arizona, Indiana, North Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee that are committed to serving only the highest quality ingredients. By living the Damn Good mantra, Torchy’s Tacos is always innovating to deliver the most unique tacos, coveted queso and refreshing margaritas in the taco game, including the Taco of the Month, an untraditional taco offering that keeps taco junkies coming back for more. Visit and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more information on Torchy’s Tacos.