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In Washington D.C.? Go to Feast of the Chupacabra!

You probably don’t associate chupacabras with your own dietary needs, but one creative eatery near Washington D.C. has done just that.

We encourage all our Chupamacabre fans to attend a “Feast of the Chupacabra” at Fuego Cocina y Tequileria.

The Feast of the Chupacabra features locally raised organic goat (hence the goat sucker chupacabra) with a chili de arbol rub, handmade corn tortillas, rice, beans, guacamole and more traditional condiments. The Feast is available only on Sundays.

Fuego Cocina y Tequileria is located at 2800 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia. To learn more about the restaurant, visit www.FuegoVA.com.

We’re excited to announce that with your participation in the Feast of the Chupacabra, you’ll receive a code for 20% off your order of $50 or more at chupamacabre.com! Now that’s something you can sink your teeth into!

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