Los Perros Locos Celebrates Official Launch on Allen Street

Posted on: February 19th, 2013 at 11:23 am by

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Open for two weeks already, Los Perros Locos is now popping bottles for its official launch at 201 Allen Street. To celebrate the opening, the hot dog shack is offering some cheapie deals alongside live entertainment today and tomorrow starting at noon.

Herewith, the basics of the inauguration:

  • Live Colombian styled entertainment.
  • $3 Refajos (Cerveza Colombiana mixed with Soda Colombiana…the Colombian answer to a Shandy….best enjoyed with a Perro Loco).
  • Every order placed will enter you into a raffle for LPL gear, Perro Dinero (gift cards), T-shirts, and other fun stuff. There will be many winners.
  • Also, from 4PM till 10PM on both days we will feature Perros Dobles. Each order for one of the 4 signature Perros Colombianos (No Typico, Con Todo, Mas Perfecto, and Pablo Escobar) will be instantly doubled.

Oh, and be sure to mention Bowery Boogie with any order of hot dogs, corn dogs, salchipapas (or any food item) to receive a free beer!

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