Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with Borracha


Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with Borracha

Come to Borracha to Celebrate Mexican Independence Day In Henderson

If you’re anything like us, you’re always looking for a reason to celebrate, and maybe enjoy some great Mexican food and cocktails with a few friends. Honestly, we think of a reason to celebrate every day of the year, but there’s one day coming up that holds an extra special place in our hearts.

Mexican Independence Day.

Traditionally, Mexican Independence Day is celebrated every year on September 16. This year, the day of celebration lands on a Monday – and we know how hard it can be to break away for some salsa and laughs at the beginning of the week. Still, there’s no way we’d let Mexican Independence Day pass without a celebration – which is why we invite you to celebrate this wonderful Mexican holiday with us on Sunday, September 15 with the best Mexican food in Henderson, and some amazing drink specials.

A Little History of Mexican Independence Day

If you’re thinking “wait, I thought Cinco de Mayo was Mexican Independence Day”, you wouldn’t be alone. There’s often some confusion surrounding the two holidays, at least north of the border. Mexican Independence Day is celebrated in honor of Mexico’s independence from Spain that resulted from the Mexican War of Independence that began in 1810. While there is a singular day that’s dedicated to the holiday, Mexican Independence Day is often celebrated throughout the entire months of September and October.

Celebrations in Mexico include streets and buildings that are decked out in festive decorations of green, white, and red. There’s also no shortage of celebrations, public gatherings, and parades. If you travel south of the border to visit Mexico during the celebrations, you’re also likely to find fireworks, young children running around with sparklers and huge smiles, and palm stalks or willow that have been braided and then burned in celebration.

Of course, there’s one other important aspect of celebrating independence day in Mexico – the amazing food. If you’re lucky enough to be in Mexico for the celebration, you’ll have the pleasure of enjoying a practically endless offering of great street foods. You might also find your way into one of the local eateries to enjoy a dish that celebrates the true spirit of Mexico, many of which play on the colors of the Mexican flag.

Think along the lines of green poblano peppers, stuffed with a creamy white cheese and dressed with a rich red chile sauce. Or maybe enchiladas that are served with verde, rojo, and a creamy white sauce. An ordinary dish in a true Mexican eatery is an experience to savor – but add in a little culinary flair in honor of the big day, and it becomes something out of this world.

Celebrating Mexican Independence Day In Henderson

What we wouldn’t give for a little getaway to Mexico to celebrate their independence. Unfortunately, it isn’t always easy to sneak away for a little indulgent vacation. We can’t be too broken up about it however, because we know that there’s Mexican food in Henderson that’s the next best thing to. Not only do we offer a menu filled with authentic Mexican inspired dishes, we also welcome you to celebrate the day with us by making it more tempting to sit back and sip on a margarita or two.

On Sunday, September 15, we open our doors with a warm Borracha welcome to invite you to share in the Mexican Independence Day celebrations with us. We’re in the mood for celebrating all day long, from 11am to 10pm, so we’re excited to greet you for lunch, an after-work cocktail, or a Mexican feast for dinner. In addition to our full menu of Mexican inspired culinary creations, we’re also offering a few drink specials in honor this most important day.

We invite you to join us for $8 Avion margaritas $5 Avion shots all day long. If you’re not familiar with Avion Tequila, then let this be the perfect occasion for you to begin exploring one of the world’s best tequilas.

Avion Tequila is made with blue agave grown at high elevations in town of Jesus Maria, Mexico. The agave then goes through a process that begins with being harvested by hand, slow roasted, small batch distilled, slow filtered, and then aged in barrels that once held American whisky. The result is a smooth tequila that’s both rich and crisp, with some warm, bright citrus notes. It’s the perfect compliment for the ingredients that go into a fresh margarita, or simply sipping straight as you salute the Mexican holiday.

Join Borracha For Mexican Independence Day In Henderson

Word gets around fast, especially when it involves great Mexican food and the area’s best margaritas. That’s why you’re not going to want to wait until the last minute to make your plans for Mexican Independence Day. Our doors are open to you all day long, but that doesn’t mean that it’s going to be easy to find a seat. Plan on celebrating this holiday in the true spirit that it was intended by joining Borracha for the celebration. Contact Borracha and RSVP to reserve your spot today.