Guactacular 2010 – Sold Out
UPDATE: Also in the house. Choncho’s Tacos will be peddling delicious tacos and Robicelli’s are making custom cupcakes for sale. Also, just found out that Sauza Hornitos will be handing out tequila shots for free.
You might have seen the listing on The Bell House’s website or the ticket link via twitter, but we haven’t said anything until now. The Guactacular 2010 is official and grander than the event almost 400 people attended last Cinco De Mayo.
When: May 5, 2010
Where: The Bell House in Gowanus
Who: 20 guac-fiends take on the task of impressing your palate.
What else: Alex Meixner and a special Cinco De Mayo polka performance.
More?: Free Tecate and Dos Equis from 7-8pm and just $3 the rest of the night.Sauza Hornitas shots in the front lounge for the after party dance party DJed by DJ SeekTen.
Buy Tickets Here
Want to enter: Email firstname.lastname@example.org telling me that you think you can rock the guac. Every entrant gets a great NachosNY shirt of their choosing. The cutoff date for entering is 4/28/10.
Will be announced soon.
This Is Why You’re Fat Gift Pack
Dig Brooklyn Home Gardening Kit
Viva Hot Sauce Gift Pack
NachosNY T-shirt Pack
More coming soon!
This year, Mission Foods is Guactacular 2010’s partner and will be providing their tasty Restaurant Style Premium White Corn Tortilla Chips to pair with each contestants guacamole. Mission Foods is a leading Mexican producer of corn masa flour and tortilla products. For more information, please visit Mission Menus.
The Mexican Hass Avocado Importers Association (MHAIA) is dedicated to supplying consistent high quality avocados throughout the year. Avocados from Mexico are available year round and can be found in your local grocery store in the produce aisle. Avocados have 50 calories and contribute nearly 20 vitamins and minerals per 3 slice (1 oz) serving. They contribute the “good” fats to the diet, and are virtually the only fruit that has “good” monounsaturated fat. Avocado enthusiasts can learn more about Avocados from Mexico at their website, Facebook, and follow @AmazingAvocado on Twitter.
The Skint is joining NachosNY as the media sponsor for Guactacular 2010. The Skint is a daily listing of free and cheap things to buy, see, do and eat in New York.
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