Celebrate Mexican Independence All Week Long
Mexicans celebrate their country’s Independence Day with fireworks, fiestas, food, dance and music - and for sure lots of tequila on September 16. Whistles and horns are blown and confetti is thrown to celebrate this festive occasion. "Viva Mexico" or "Viva la independencia” are shouted amidst the crowds on this day. Some of our favorite Mexican spots are on board to celebrate all day and night this weekend and beyond. So if you’re looking to get out of the house (as many of us still don’t have power - damn you #Irma) we’ve got the plans you’re looking for!
This Friday, September 15, Cantina La Veinte will host an all-day Mexican Independence Day celebration. Sponsored by Maestro Dobel tequila, Cantina will be an oasis for all partygoers with a DJ, mariachi and specially-priced tequila flight known as a Bandera – Maestro Dobel blanco, sangrita (a non-alcoholic accompaniment that highlights tequila's crisp acidity and cleanses the palate between each peppery sip) and lime juice. Guests are encouraged to join in the celebration as Cantina honors everything we love about our neighbor's to the south - that includes TEQUILA!
El Grito is ready to party starting at 8pm tonight! To celebrate El Grito de Independencia an open bar will be sponsored by Mezcal Union, Tecate, and Suerte Tequila.
Want to wait until Saturday to celebrate? No worries, Bodega will be waiting for you. From 12pm to 8pm come out for a day to forget your #Irmageddon troubles with tequila & tacos to celebrate Mexican Independence Day! Join them for air conditioning, $5 speciality Margarita menu, DJs, a lunchtime guacamole bar (6pm - 8pm) and $1 guacamole add ons!