Tijuana Flats Set To Open In Boca Raton

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are a fan of Tex-Mex and the area's current offerings just aren't enough, there's a holiday treat headed your way. Tijuana Flats is set to open a week from Monday on Powerline Road.

According to the restaurant chain:

On Monday, December 3, Tijuana Flats, famous for its fresh Tex-Mex food and unique ambiance, opens a new location in Boca Raton at 22191 Powerline Road.

This new location will feature Tijuana Flatsʼ fresh, made-to-order menu, a 15-pump hot sauce bar and all the lively atmosphere patrons have come to expect from the Tex-Mex powerhouse. The 2,400-square-foot restaurant will accommodate indoor and patio seating for 122 guests. Anyone who has experienced Tijuana Flats knows about its brightly colored wall murals. The mural at this location is no exception, portraying a cavewoman taming a ferocious dinosaur, who is hungry for Tijuana Flats.

In addition, the restaurant incorporates energy efficient equipment, taking some initial steps in becoming more environmentally cautious. They include:

Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps that offer substantially better energy balance than traditional incandescent bulbs

Solar powered timers in the kitchen

Low flow toilets that significantly reduce water usage

Front of the house tile is made from 40 percent pre-consumer recycled materials

A tankless water heater

Opening week specials include:

Monday, December 3— Opening Day

$2 Dos Equis (21+)

Tuesday, December 4 — Taco Tuesdaze

Two tacos, chips and a drink for $4.99 (Excludes specialty tacos; $1 additional for steak or carnitas)

$2 Dos Equis (21+)

Wednesday, December 5— Public Servant Day

50 percent off an entrée for all public servants (EMT, police, military, teachers, firefighters with proper I.D.)

$2 Dos Equis (21+)

Thursday, December 6 — Throwback Thursdaze

Tijuana size burrito, chips and a drink for $5.99 (Excludes specialty burritos; $1 additional for steak or carnitas)

$2 Dos Equis (21+)

Friday, December 7 — Rock Out Party!

Live music from 6 to 9 p.m., giveaways and $2 Dos Equis all night (21+)

Saturday, December 8 — Habitat for Humanity Giveback Day

20 percent of the day’s sales will be donated to Habitat for Humanity

$2 Dos Equis (21+)

Sunday, December 9 — Kids Eat Free

Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée

$2 Dos Equis (21+)

To view the Tijuana Flats menu as well as list of locations, visit http://www.tijuanaflats.com.

About Tijuana Flats

Established in 1995 in Winter Park, Fla., Tijuana Flats is a unique, fast-casual Tex-Mex dining experience featuring superior guest service and fresh, made-to-order food. Tijuana Flats has more than 85 locations in Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The restaurants are typically found in high-traffic areas and average 2,200 square feet.

Since the restaurant first opened its doors in 1995, Tijuana Flats has used zero trans-fatty acids (TFA) cooking oils, 100 percent hormone free, white meat chicken, fresh produce and all of its menu items have been lard free. Customers can choose from flour or whole-wheat tortillas for any of their tacos, burritos, quesadillas, chimichangas and flautas. This restaurant also has a popular “Power Lite” selection, which allows customers to choose low-fat cheese and fat-free sour cream in any menu item. There is no charge for selecting a whole-wheat tortilla or Power Lite.

Known worldwide for their own brand of hot sauces, Tijuana Flats Hot Foods Inc., a separate company, provides the restaurants’ specialty products, hot sauces and condiments, including one of the hottest sauces in the world, Smack My Ass and Call Me Sally…“Going Postal.” For more information about Tijuana Flats, including menu and locations, visit http://www.tijuanaflats.com.



Paul Saperstein


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