Dia de Muertos Celebration
Event Ended: Saturday October 29th, 2022
It’s a time to remember and honor loved ones and celebrate the memories.
Join us starting Monday, October 24, as we kick off a week-long celebration leading up to Dia de los Muertos (also known as Day of the Dead). Throughout the week, we invite friends, family, and all from our community to join us in building a community altar to celebrate our loved ones past.
Enjoy food and cocktail features to celebrate the holiday, and spend time together over a delicious Mexican feast. Create new memories and share stories of those that you want to remember.
We will be serving up our regular menus all week long, with Instagram-worthy cocktail features, such as the Death by Tabasco (hope you love heat), and a traditional sweet bread, served in Mexico during the celebration.
Our community altar will start to be assembled on Monday, Oct 24, and we invite the community to join us in placing a photo, memento, candle, or poem on the altar to remember a loved one.
Please do not leave any priceless possessions, as items will not be able to be returned. Photo copies of special photos are suggested.
Available Oct 24 through Nov 1
Death by Tabasco – $16
Patron Silver, St. Elder, house sour mix of lime, lemon, and agave, Tabasco pepper jelly, and garnished with tabasco powder, tabasco powdered watermelon and pineapple wedge
Dia De Muertos Party
Make special plans to be with us on October 29th for our Day of the Dead Party.
Party is from 6-9pm and will include food and drink features, DJ and dancing, traditional sugar skull painting for any guests who would love to join the celebration, and a chance to add a memento or photo to our community altar.
Reservations are not needed for smaller groups, but encouraged for parties 6 or more.
Please call us at the restaurant to reserve for larger groups – 984-200-3469.
What is Dia De Muertos
Despite its somber-sounding name, Dia de los Muertos is a colorful celebration of life, both past and present, and a time to remember the deceased with warmth and happiness. It’s also an opportunity to spend time with the deceased and celebrate who they were through food, songs and celebrations.