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4 Random Holidays To Celebrate At A Mexican Restaurant

Posted by on Nov 26, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Some of the most well-known Mexican holidays include Cinco De Mayo and the Day of the Dead, but there are actually a lot of random holidays that can be celebrated with Mexican tradition. The following four holidays are perfect for celebrating with some loved ones and friends at a local restaurant like Lares Restaurant. When attending on these specific days, you may even be able to take advantage of some great deals and meal combos. National Taco Day Some people may claim that every Tuesday is officially “Taco Tuesday,” but once a year, the beloved Mexican dish gets its own celebration in October. October 4th is officially known as National Taco Day and is mainly celebrated by Mexican restaurants across the United States. For this celebration, indulge yourself on a variety of tacos including soft shell, hard shell, and...

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Pinkies Out: Tips For A Successful High Tea

Posted by on Nov 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

While high tea is common in the UK it has only recently begun to catch on in the US. Often associated with dainty desserts and fine dress, Americans have never quite taken to English tea. However, some of the ideas that people have about high tea are false. With a few tips, Americans may come to embrace the tradition as a midday to afternoon snack. Afternoon High Tea or Early Evening High Tea? The tradition of high tea began in England as a way to avoid feeling hungry between the two daily meals of breakfast and a late dinner. For the upper class British, afternoon high tea was held as an afternoon snack around 4:00 PM. For the working class, high tea was more of a meal substitution and generally consisted of heavier foods than desserts and snacks. Whatever...

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