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Nacho Bizness takes over Village Cafe Restaurant for one night

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Date(s) - Jul 21, 2015
05:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Village Cafe

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For one night on July 21, 2015 the new Village Cafe Restaurant at 551 Breakers Ave in North beach Ft. Lauderdale will become Nacho Bizness.  Full bar, restaurant and patio!!!

We have teamed up with the Village Cafe for a one night Restaurant Takeover!  Come check out our expanded menu in the comfort of a brick and motor environment with patio located 1 block from the sand with a full bar including an array of specialty Margaritas, beer, wine & Sangria.

We are stepping up our game and pushing the flavor explosion to a whole new level to please your senses!!
Our coastal cuisine menu with the cozy vibe of the beach side location is the perfect recipe for an amazing Taco Tuesday happy hour and dinner! $3.00 Tacos and Drinks Specials all night!

Stay tunes for full menu items later in the week!!! Amongst our most popular options, here are a few teaser that will be on the menu… Grilled Octopus, Squid & chorizo, Lamb Tikka Masala, and Pork belly taco to get your palettes dancing!!!!

And how about lump crab guacamole or conch ceviche for an appetizer or apple pie taquitos for dessert!

We appreciate your business and support over the last 5 years and are really excited to serve you in the comfort of a full restaurant and bar. This is a onetime test pop-up. The turnout and anticipated success of this night will determine if the Village Cafe allows us to make this a weekly event and potentially more. Please come out and show your love!  It means the world to us and we promise to give you the experience that we all have dreamed from Nacho Bizness.

Location: Village Cafe, 551 Breakers Ave., at the SW corner of Terramar & Breakers, Fort Lauderdale, 33304

Time:    5:00pm11:00 pm

For details contact Aaron Byers & Nacho Bizness Team

www.nachobizness.com

954.305.1758

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