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Cinco de Mayo @ Mayan Grill

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Cinco de Mayo @ Mayan Grill

Postby Mayan » 30 Mar 2012, 16:45

The Mayan Grill and are proud to announce the Cinco de Mayo Dinner, a night of great food, music, and socializing, and a celebration of Hispanic culture. We are even prouder to announce that the Oficina de Enlace de México en Taipei will be our special guests that evening. :bravo: :thumbsup:

Cinco de Mayo is a holiday in parts of Mexico, commemorating the Mexican army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, but in recent years, it has become a larger festival in the United States, celebrating Mexican culture and by extension, a broader Hispanic culture.

It is in this spirit that we are going to celebrate not just Mexican culture specifically, but Hispanic culture in general. Please join us for a wonderful evening of food and socializing. :trio: :yeah:

The set menu for the evening is as follows:

Chile-Corn Soup

Nachos with black beans, Pico de Gallo, sour cream, and guacamole (if available).

Main Course:
Choice of Chicken, Beef, Or Vegetarian (Black Bean & Cheese) Enchiladas served with Mayan Gold Rice and Rajas

Dessert: Traditional Vanilla Flan

Drink Selection:
Tea, Coca-Cola, Sprite, Ginger Ale
Corona, Mayan Drop (a Margarita-themed shot), and red or white wine

This is a family-friendly event. :) There will be a kids' set meal which includes soup, rice, fresh juice and either quesadilla, taquitos, or flautitas.

The cost for this evening is $600 (presale) or $700 (at the door). Kids pay only $450.
Happy Hour pricing all night long. Afterparty begins at 9:00, 300NT entry includes one drink (dinner guests enter free).

To pre-order and reserve your table, call (02) 2511-6292.

See you there! :)

For directions and more details about the Mayan Grill in the Taiwanease Directory, click here.


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Re: Cinco de Mayo @ Mayan Grill

Postby finley » 30 Mar 2012, 16:53

This sounds great, except for the "if available" on guacamole. Get those avocados from somewhere. Guacamole is NOT optional :). Speak to FedEx if you have to.
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Re: Cinco de Mayo @ Mayan Grill

Postby Mayan » 30 Mar 2012, 17:22

We love hardcore Guac fans! :) But FedEx is the easy part... Its weather and quarantine we have to worry about most!
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