El Burrito Mercado
Far from Mexico, these local restaurants still bring the heat.
More than just a reason to drink and dance, Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexican heritage and independence. But a little tequila never hurt.
Ever heard of a burrito brawl? It’s a cook-off showdown to see who makes the best burrito at Midtown Global Market. A ticket will get you a burrito from Hot Indian Foods and El Burrito Mercado, plus two beers and a pint glass.
Over the last couple of weeks, I took a look at Halloween events around the Twin Cities. This week, let’s take a look at another type of celebration occurring this weekend. Dia de los Muertos, […]
While many people will be celebrating Halloween next Friday, others will be celebrating a Mexican holiday that predates is by some 3,000 years. The Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos is celebrated Nov. 1. And nowhere celebrates it in the Twin Cities quite like El Burrito Mercado in St. Paul.
The chill from these frozen drinks is sure to keep you cool all summer.
Party hard for Cinco de Mayo at these local bars.
You’ll be ready for all of the Cinco de Mayo festivities after dining at these local Mexican restaurants.
For as long as anyone can remember, Mexican families have been gathering around at Christmas time to make “tamales dulces.” Milissa Silva-Diaz and her mother Maria are keeping the tradition alive at El Burrito Mercado in St Paul. “Tamales go back from the Aztecan, Mayan civilizations,” Milissa said. “And because it’s such a great comfort food and it travels well.”
Here are five ways to celebrate independence and to imbue yourself in the culture of Mexico in Minnesota.
The state of Minnesota features a really diversified culinary experience with a unique set of restaurants that know how to prepare fresh avocado-based guacamole.
Are you ready to spice up your grilling routine? Tired of burgers, hot dogs and brats? Let me suggest a fun and flavorful alternative from the Mexican market: marinated carne asada or carne al pastor.