This year’s El Arroyo Valentine’s Day sign might make you blush


You won’t find this message on a conversation heart any time soon.

Related: Herman: Is this South Lamar holiday greeting vulgar or good cheer?

El Arroyo, the Austin mainstay famous for its food and its marquee, often has unique takes on each holiday. Valentine’s Day is no exception.

It seems like for this year, the taco joint went with a slightly NSFW vibe.

We’ll let y’all explain that to your kids if you drive by the restaurant today.

Anywho, if you’re in the mood for some other thoughts about love from El Arroyo, we got you covered. 

More: Surprise! The El Arroyo sign’s got Ides of March jokes

Here’s a roundup of every other time the El Arroyo sign spoke about love in the past year:

And, lest we forget, the El Arroyo post from Valentine’s Day 2017:

You got any funny Valentine’s Day jokes? Let’s see them in the comments. 


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