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Matador Teams Up with Bars from Visiting Fans Cities

The menu features specials such as “Cys Lemonade” from Wallaby’s in Ames Iowa.

By - Mar 15th, 2017 03:34 pm
Matador Taco & Tequila Bar.

Matador Taco & Tequila Bar.

Milwaukee, WI (Mar. 15, 2017) – Matador Taco and Tequila Bar located at 1110 N Old World Third Street (the old Lucille’s space) thought of a different idea to promote their bar/restaurant to visiting NCAA fans.

“We have created a game day menu that features both food and drink specials from bars and restaurants in the visiting teams cities” said Sean Pliss, owner of Matador Taco and Tequila Bar.

The Matador marketing team got to work on Sunday night and did research on the schools coming to town and the cities that they reside in. They then reached out to some local bars and restaurants in those cities and tried pulling one special from each of the spots.

“We really wanted to make people feel like they were at home when visiting our city of Milwaukee” said Pliss.

The menu features specials such as “Cys Lemonade” from Wallaby’s in Ames Iowa (Iowa State Cyclones) and the “Gopher Burrito” from Sallys Saloon in Minneapolis Minnesota (Minnesota Gophers).

Matdador Hours are Thursday-Saturday. 9am-close. Matador is located at 1110 N Old World Third Street. For more information, visit www.matadormke.com

Matador Taco & Tequila Bar NCAA Menu.

Matador Taco & Tequila Bar NCAA Menu.

Matador Taco & Tequila Bar NCAA Menu.

Matador Taco & Tequila Bar NCAA Menu.

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