Posts By: Zocalo

Dia de los Muertos

One of the most anticipated and celebrated holidays in the Mexican culture is Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Dia de los Muertos is traditionally celebrated with meals, handmade desserts,festivals, and family celebrations in remembrance of deceased ancestors. The History The Day of the Dead is a unique festival that is the… Read more »

Zocalo & Old Soul Coffee Co.

High in the Chiapas mountains of Mexico, there is a small group of farms that grow some of the best coffee beans in the world. These farmers grow, pick, and dry their coffee beans by hand to create a craft product and support their families and community. Zocalo, in conjunction with Old Soul Coffee Co…. Read more »

Mexican Independence Day: Our History and Celebration

  Here at Zocalo we celebrate history and tradition. One of the most important historic events in our culture is Mexican Independence Day. As well as celebrating with food and traditional dancers we celebrate by remembering our history. The Story On the morning of September 16, 1810, the priest of the small town of Dolores… Read more »

Monthly Dinner is Coming Up Fast!

Monthly Dinner is here again, and Chef Ryan has an awesome menu planned! This event will take place Monday, August 4 from 6-8PM (Midtown location only). Come enjoy a 3 course dinner with drink pairings. Take a look at this month’s lineup: August Menu Pork belly & grilled shrimp with summer vegetable escabeche, paired with a lemon vodka… Read more »

Cien Amigos Scholarship Dinner Raises Over 5K

Last month, we had a blast hosting the annual Cien Amigos Scholarship Dinner at our Midtown location. Thank you to all who came out for the event. We’re happy to report that you helped raise $5,290 to fund the Cien Amigos scholarships! The scholarship dinner featured a raffle for a 4-day vacation package to Cancun,… Read more »