To honour true Mexican traditions, Te Quiero Mucho is celebrating Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with an explosive and indulgent week of plentiful crafts, colours, and cocktails. The buzzing taqueria promises two hours of free-flow booze, including dangerously tempting tipples from a specially curated menu of Olmeca Tequila-based drinks, as well as house wine, beers, margaritas, and Micheladas—for only $198. The limited-time Olmeca cocktails will also be available for $100, while those more daring can opt for a shot, for only $50.
Guests can expect the usual Ovolo brand of hospitality with extra treats being passed around throughout the event to keep the spirit(s) alive. A ghostly good time is in store for those attending the high-spirited Mexican celebration, with TQM’s irresistible tacos, authentic guacamole, and quesadillas available to order and tuck into. Vibrant, traditional ceramic skull painting will also be offered at every table, allowing guests to unleash their inner creative demon.
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