Your mission is to go to the Dollar Tree and pick out 6 items that you think might be useful to someone. (No food items, please.) Why 6? Because I'm 60. The 6 items can all be the same or different. Wrap and bring your gift to Tequila's Town where we will have some refreshments and a bite to eat.
The Gift Game:
• Everyone's name will be put in a drawing
• The 1st person drawn will select a gift and unwrap it
• Thereafter, as each name is drawn, the person selects a gift, unwraps it and decides if they wish to keep it or "steal" someone else's and give their gift to the person you stole from
• After the last name is drawn and that person decides to keep or "steal" their gift, the 1st person is allowed to decide if they wish to keep what they ended up with or "steal"
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ABOUT TEQUILA'S TOWN:
From our humble beginnings in Morelia, Michoacán, to our commercial kitchens in our two Savannah locations, one thing remains: authenticity and traditional recipes. Add a world-class selection of tequila and now our very own Tequila Blanco label, and you have discovered Savannah’s best Mexican eatery.
Tequila’s Town takes pride in offering genuine Mexican recipes, and a modern twist on time-tested Tex-Mex favorites- to please all palates! Why the name? The business partners visualized a casual, modern Mexican eatery that was known as “the place to have great Tequila and a good Taco.” The result? We are the place for tacos and tequila: Tequila’s Town.
Our vision didn’t stop here. Serving Savannah’s best Mexican food since 2013, we launched Savannah’s first house branded tequila, the Tequila Blanco from Tequila’s Town in 2016 to commemorate our 3-year business anniversary. The 100% premium agave spirit is used in all of our Premium Margaritas and classic tequila cocktails.
Our mission is to serve fresh and locally sourced food. We partner with local farms and conventional restaurant suppliers to bring the highest quality ingredients and make it affordable. Our vision is to create a culture of love and appreciation of traditional Mexican food that is honestly prepared and sourced.
Check out their menu: http://www.tequilastown.com/