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A Taquería in North Hollywood Is Giving Away Three Tacos Per Person if the Dodgers Don’t Choke in the World Series

[dropcap size=big]W[/dropcap]hile so many die-hard fans are quick to doubt the boys in blue in their upcoming World Series battle against the Tampa Bay Rays, Danny Rodriguez of Pablito’s Tacos is keeping the faith that the Dodgers can finally get it done this year and bring it home. 

To back this up, he is offering not one, not two, but three of his L.A. Taco-approved tacos for free for two whole hours in the North Hollywood location of Pablito’s Tacos. The promotion will start once the last out is recorded after the Dodgers win the World Series. 

“The comments in the post are getting out of control,” Rodriguez tells L.A. Taco. He is talking about the looming sense of insecurities that jaded Dodger fans have since the Dodgers have made the trip to the World Series mound three times in the last four years and have not been able to get it done.

Rodriguez, born in Peru and raised in Los Angeles, still remembers the last time the Dodgers won the World Series in 1988, specifically that Kirk Gibson home run. For this generous promotion, all tacos except his seafood ones will be available, of course, all topped with his green “crack” salsa, a creamy Peruvian-meets-Mexican style salsa. 

Rodriguez tells L.A. Taco that he is even thinking about prolonging the free taco window: “I just want to offer some positivity and free tacos, man.” 

The free tacos will only be available at Pablito’s Tacos North Hollywood location at 5600 Vineland Avenue. Follow them on Instagram for more information. 

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