Spicy food lovers, this one’s for you! Ever dreamed of being surrounded by all things spicy? Well it’s a reality, thanks to Moe’s Southwest Grill.
To celebrate the launch of their new limited time Spicy Chicken offer which is available until the end of May, made with a secret house sauce which can be added as a protein to any burrito, bowl, taco, quesadilla or stack – Moe’s Southwest Grill created the Spicy Shack.
Located on Miami’s trendy Upper East Side, the Spicy Shack is an oasis adorned with vibrant spice-themed decor that opens for reservations Tuesday, April 12 at 12 p.m. ET available through a landing page to those who book it first.
Spicy food lovers have the chance to book a stay for just $10 a night each weekend in May where they’ll immerse themselves in a world of spice that’s perfect for all your social media content desires, with highlights such as:
- A round bed covered in a quilt with a tortilla print
- Neon signs declaring a love for spicy food
- A private patio lit with pepper-shaped lights
- Flashy Chilli Pattern Wallpaper
- Free Taco Meal Kit with all new limited time Spicy Chicken offer delivered right to the door
- Weekend supply of Moe’s famous fries and salsa
And no need to worry about travel expenses. Moe’s Southwest Grill will provide each guest with $500 (for a total of $1,000) to cover their trip to the Sunshine State.
For those who can’t get a reservation, they can still enjoy the heat of spicy chicken with a BOGO deal for themselves and a friend by downloading the Moe Rewards App and using the promo code “SPICYBOGO” until April 30.
“Our new Spicy Chicken deserves a bold celebration, so we wanted to bring the heat to give back to fans of the brand by creating an oasis for those spicy food lovers,” said Moe Brand Manager Tory Bartlett. “We’re thrilled that our guests are heading to Moe’s to try this satisfying new protein that can be customized with our fresh ingredients like artisan guac, roasted corn pico, roasted onions and peppers, among others, so they get exactly what they are. cravings.”