TLAQUEPAQUE, Mexico — Straight tequilas, whether blanco, reposoda or anejo.
Tango with your taste buds at Uncle Julio’s Rio Grande Café, where the aroma of homemade salsa, sizzling fajitas and slow-cooked ribs lure diners in with authentic south-of-the-border style food.
Santana and the Derek Trucks Band, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, Sunday, April 6, Gates open 5:30 p.m.
One of the first things you see when you walk into Chevy’s Mexican Restaurant is “El Machino,” the fifth item on the “Fresh Mex Pledge.” Every 53 seconds, tortillas come fresh off “El Machino,” adding to the authenticity of Chevy’s.
Tequila’s profile is never higher in Mexico than during Dia de los Muertos, literally the Day of the Dead but in reality a longer event that this year will begin on Sunday and end the following Friday.
Washington, D.C. Summer Restaurant Week, August 6 – 12