Let’s celebrate Mexican Independence Day with a little bit of burrito love; September 16 only, load up on our special!
No Quantity Restrictions!
How many can you eat?!?!?
How is Mexican Independence Day Celebrated?
People of Mexican ancestry around the globe celebrate Mexican Independence Day on September 16, which marks Mexico’s fight for independence from Spain, a fight that lasted over 11 years. Interestingly, September 16, 1810 is the date that the war started with Spain, not the day that the war ended.
Massive street parades, rodeos and fireworks can be seen throughout the world, as people celebrate September 16 in style. “Viva Mexico!” can be heard throughout the streets in Mexico, intermixed with the sounds from mariachi performances and traditional folk dancing.
Traditional Mexican Independence Day Food
Traditional foods are an integral part of a lively and authentic celebration fiesta. Pozole, menudo (a beef stew), birria de borrego (spiced lamb) and queso fundido all can be found in abundant quantities on every celebration table.
Showcasing the colors of the Mexican flag, Chiles En Nogada is a special dish made with a cream sauce, parsley and poblano chiles and is often eaten on Mexican Independence Day.
We invite you to create your own Mexican Independence Day celebration with Ori’Zaba’s $6 Burritos! Order enough to feed family and friends, put on a mariachi music mix and dance the night away under the stars in your backyard. A Celebrar!
Ideas in this blog inspired by: https://www.oprahmag.com/life/a33360700/mexican-independence-day/