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Sydney’s New Mexican Hotspot Is Doing Bottomless Tacos and Margaritas On Weekends

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Looking for a weekend plan to get the crew together? Few things could be more crowd pleasing on a Sydney summer day than bottomless tacos and margaritas.

Potts Point’s new Mexican spot Sonora has come through with the goods.

The neighbourhood newcomer has announced all-you-can-eat tacos and bottomless drinks (including those margs) every Saturday and Sunday from 12-5pm.

Sonora’s choice of unlimited tacos includes carne asada, roasted cauliflower, grilled barramundi and borrego (grass-fed lamb). They’re all nestled in tortillas made fresh in-house. A variety of self-serve salsas and condiments will also hit your table.

As for drinks, you can choose between free-flowing margaritas, Tecate beer and house rosé.

The restaurant opened in late 2019 with Mexican-born chef Juan Carlos in charge. It’s the first Potts Point venture from the taco pros behind Bondi’s Taqiza and Carbon.

Sonora’s feast costs $79 per person for a two-hour session. A tidy way to launch into your day off, then.

(Lead Image: Sonora Potts Point)