Foo Fighters have a special treat for their Los Angeles fans. On Monday (November 30), the band revealed it partnered with iconic mexican restaurant Casa Vega for a food and drink special. And the best part? Proceeds are going to charity!
The Foo Fighters taco features smoked brisket, BBQ sauce drizzle, mexican coleslaw, red pickled onion and chopped cilantro wrapped in a homemade flour tortilla, while the Los Luchadores Foo drink special blends La Gritona Reposado tequila with fresh lime juice and Modelo Especial beer. Money made from the specials will benefit No Us Without You, an LA-based charity that provides food security for undocumented back-of-house restaurant workers that are unemployed due to COVID-19.
Fans who live in LA can get their tacos and drinks to go starting December 1, and non-local fans who'd like to contribute can do so by purchasing an awesome Casa Vegas x Foo Fighters shirt, complete with a cartoon rendition of Dave Grohl in an apron posing with a guitar-wielding taco, here.
See the Foos' announcement below.
The Foos are gearing up to release their 10th studio album, Medicine at Midnight, and recently released its lead single, "Shame Shame." While Grohl describes the project as a "Saturday night party album," he's also assured fans that there are also "instantly recognizable" songs that sound like classic Foo Fighters.
Medicine at Midnight is slated for a February 5, 2021 release and can be pre-ordered here.
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