Thursday, February 23, the Amapas Neighborhood Association and Viejo Vallarta are throwing a party – a real Mexican fiesta – and you’re invited!
There’ll be buffet service from more than 40 of your favorite local restaurants, including Bravos, River Café, ‘Taste’, el Brujo, San Lucas, Oscar's, Tonys Please, Roberto's, Mexicanisimo, No way Jose, Rio Grande, Mariscos el Güero, Paris Cafe, Sonora Steak House, Boccon di Vino, Chatos, Fredys Tucan, Pancake House, Nacho Daddy, Steve's Sport Bar, Los Guapos Food Bar, Jerusalem Express, Los Muertos Brewing, Utopia, El Torito, Hacienda de Carlota, Traviesos, Martini en Fuego, Margarita Grill, Ortensia Funiculi, El Mole de Jovita, La Fuente del Puente, just to name a few.
Non-stop entertainment will feature an amazing Mariachi band, folkloric dancing, and Act II Stages star Brittany Kingery, who’ll be performing classics from the Linda Ronstadt songbook, celebrating her Mexican roots.
This is a truly bilingual, bicultural celebration, and a chance to experience it with not only your friends, but our local Mexican neighbors!
We’re all here to build bridges, not walls, so come and join the fun on Thursday, February 23, from 6:00 to 11:00 pm at the Lions Club, #280 Francisco Madero (across from Bravos), in Emiliano Zapata!
The more the merrier -- invite your friends, fill a table of 8, and carpool into town together!
Tickets are 500 pesos at the door, 400 pesos for Mexican nationals and ANA members, drinks not included. Advance tickets available now at the ANA office, #111/3 Rodolfo Gomez, in Hotel San Marino.
For more information email Amapas Neighborhood Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit them on Facebook.
Viva la fiesta!
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