TTT in Clarendon Now Offering Bottomless Brunch, Unlimited ‘Taco Tuesday’

If you like tacos — and lots of them — a Clarendon restaurant is rolling out a trio of new food promotions that may be of interest.

TTT Mexican Diner (2900 Wilson Blvd) is about to celebrate its first anniversary in Clarendon. It also just announced this week that it is now offering an unlimited lunch menu, unlimited weekend brunch, and an unlimited “Taco Tuesday.”

Unlimited Taco Tuesday will be available all day on Tuesdays. For $29, minus tax and tip, diners get two margaritas and as many tacos as they can fit in their stomachs.

Additionally, an unlimited lunch menu is now available from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday, for $16.99 per person.

“Guests can look forward to Portabella Mushroom, Chicken Milanesa and Pulled Pork Tortas and a diverse selection of tacos made with pork, steak, fish, cheese and vegetable,” a press release notes. “To share with the table, a variety of nachos are on the menu including the Chicken Nachos, with grilled chicken, cream cheese and Chihuahua cheese.”

Unlimited brunch, available from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and also $16.99 per person, includes “salsas, guacamole, nachos, tacos, and a variety of burritos and quesadillas.”

If you’re dining with guests, everyone at the table also has to get in on the unlimited deal, however. And don’t expect bottomless drinks: that is verboten in Virginia.

“The new unlimited menu offerings feature authentic Mexican fare with a modern twist,” the press release touts, noting that “guests may order items a la carte as well.”

TTT, part of a three-level Mexican food complex called La Esquina de Clarendon, is owned by the same company as Ambar across the street.

Photo courtesy Street Guys Hospitality

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