a fiesta everyday

we’ve got food & drink specials 7 days a week

 
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experience tacotopia


with us:


at home:

kitchen Hours

full menu: mon-thurs & sun until 10pm
full menu: Fri & Sat until 11pm
late night menu: tues-sat 10pm-2am
brunch: SAT & SUN 11am-3PM

Hours

MON-THURS: 4PM-2AM
FRI-SUN: 11AM-2AM


 
 

2220 Walnut

corner of 23rd & Walnut

 
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Upcoming events

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Día de los Muertos
(Day of the Dead) 

Thursday, October 31 - Saturday, November 2, 2019

Día de los Muertos—Day of the Dead—is a Mexican holiday that honors deceased loved ones. In celebration, Rosy’s Taco Bar is throwing a three-day fiesta featuring food and bar specials, giveaways, family-friendly activities, live entertainment, late-night fun, and more! BYO costumes and makeup! Visit us on Facebook for more details.

HAPPY HOUR

4-6PM
weekdays

$4 mainstay drafts, $5 nachos
$6 city wide (tequila + tecate)
$6 house margs/$25 pitchers
(classic margarita / sangrias)

BORRACHO BRUNCH

11-3PM
Sat & SUN

3 DRINKS + entree + CHURROS
$30.00

niños & non-alcoholic options available

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PROCEEDS FOR GOOD

We've committed to donating a portion of all proceeds to organizations working in support of our IMMIGRAnt community

About rosy’s

 
 

Rosy’s Taco Bar is a casual, contemporary Mexican restaurant located in Center City, serving authentic tacos, small plates, and entrees in a vibrant setting. An extensive beverage menu features seasonal rotating margaritas, sangria, draft beers, mezcal, and much more. Rosy’s also offers specials every day of the week, including $1 Taco Tuesdays, Wednesday night Quizzo, and Borracho Brunch on the weekends. Our outdoor sidewalk patio seats 80 people and is dog-friendly!

Rosy’s was named after James “Rosy” Roosevelt, the “aimless yet charming” older half-brother of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. According to popular legend, Rosy was an early champion of the unfamiliar delicacy commonly referred to as “tacos,” which he discovered on a flight of passion from his native New York to Mexico.

 
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