World’s Largest Casual Dining Mexican Concept offers Free Cup of Queso, Drink Specials (*), Great Times on September 16
With free chips and salsa every day, its’ always a celebration at On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina. On The Border wanted to do a little more for its guests on Mexico’s Independence Day.
So, on Tuesday, September 16, guests at OTB will enjoy a cup of the restaurant’s signature Original Queso, featuring fresh-chopped jalapeno, tomato, onion, poblano & cilantro, normally up to a $4.99 value, for FREE. Guests may choose to kick it up “Carne Style” by adding seasoned ground beef for only a buck. In addition to free Queso, OTB will feature $3 House Margaritas and $3 Lunazul shots on September 16.
“We are looking forward to celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day at On The Border and are excited to let our guests sample the Original Queso for free, one of our most craveable items,” said Ward Whitworth, President of On The Border. “With free queso and $3 house ‘ritas, it simply doesn’t make sense to celebrate anywhere else but OTB on Tuesday.”
September 16 is Mexico’s Independence Day, a nationwide public holiday to celebrate that country’s freedom from Spanish rule. Please call your local On The Border for full details. There is a limit of one free cup of Queso per table. Offer is valid at participation locations. (*) Drink specials are featured only at participating restaurants where legally permissible. On The Border trains its staff to serve responsibly and encourages its guests to drink responsibly.
On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina is the world’s largest Mexican casual dining chain, offering an extensive menu of great-tasting, classic and contemporary Mexican food, like sizzling mesquite-grilled fajitas, and Margaritas as big and bold as the border itself. On The Border is owned by Border Holdings, LLC, with over 150 restaurants in 36 states, Puerto Rico, Asia and the Middle East. Follow and ‘like’ On The Border on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OnTheBorderMexicanGrillandCantina, and @OnTheBorder on Twitter. For more information, visit www.ontheborder.com.