Today is National Burrito Day, according to the various online calendars that keep track of such things.
Here are some options for you to celebrate a day of tortilla-wrapped joy.
TODAY'S BURRITO DEALS
Jake's Cantina, 435 Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks Beach: All burritos are buy one, get one free.
California Tacos To Go, find locations in Tampa and St. Petersburg at californiatacostogo.com: Burrito, chips and a drink for $6.99. They'll also be introducing a new buffalo chicken burrito to celebrate.
Tijuana Flats, find locations throughout Tampa Bay at tijuanaflats.com/locations: Stuffed burrito with chips and a drink for $5.99.
Taco Rey, find locations in Tampa, Brandon, Plant City and Dover at taco-rey.com/locations: Their signature Burrito Del Rey is discounted to $8.50. Regular and vegetarian burritos drop to $6.49.
25 BURRITO FILLINGS TO TRY AT HOME
Looking for something to put in those tortillas that have been lingering in your refrigerator for a while now? Tonight is the night.
Revisit this list of 25 simple ideas for burrito fillings, from vegetarian to meat-lovers.
WATCH THE TAMPA BURRITO EATING CHAMPIONSHIP
The original Taco Bus location on Hillsborough Avenue in Tampa is hosting its first-ever El Jefe Burrito Eating Championship today at 6 p.m. The winner gets a cash prize, as well as a WWE-style championship belt. You can watch in person, or return to this page for a Facebook Lacebive stream of the event when it starts.
BEHOLD THESE UNVERIFIED BURRITO FACTS
According to a news release distributed by Moe's Southwest Grill, a recent survey showed that 73 percent of millennials eat an average of two to three burritos per week.
Also, according to Moe's news release, 60 percent of Gen X-ers "say a burrito has literally saved their life."
A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR BURRITO BROS.
The quality may have been debatable, but Gainesville's recently-closed Burrito Bros. Taco Co. was certainly beloved by those who knew the institution well (a.k.a. anyone who went to the University of Florida). Pour a little bit of refried beans out on the concrete in memory today, and maybe read this story about a couple of alumni making one final trek from St. Pete to their beloved burrito restaurant.