cinco de mayo

Us Texans have to stick together, so when Cinco de Mayo came around, we (along with a few of our friends from Austin) used it as an excuse to try to find some of the delicious Mexican food we’re used to back home. My husband grew up ten minutes from the border of Mexico, so he’s really particular about his Mexican food. We ended up trying Tequilas Cantina & Grill in Burbank. Unfortunately, there were only two vegetarian options on the menu (so I just got a cheese quesadilla), but everyone else loved their meals. They even have happy hour from 2pm-7pm every day, but I’m still on a search for a really great margarita in California. Our other friend Barbara was also there, but she left early, and my camera didn’t come out until after the meal (sorry Barb!).

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-wonderland sam

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actress/texan kickin' it in los angeles. always searching for my next pizza. cia agent in another life.

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