More Day of the Dead Fun


Those of you who are in search of more Day of the Dead fun in north Brooklyn are in luck: I have two more events to pass along to you. Here they are!


First up, Huitzilli will be serving up chocolate and churros (imagine a cinnamon flavored cheeto and you have the general idea) Sunday, November 1st, from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.. While you’re there be sure to check out some of their great Day of the Dead wares. Here are a few highlights.


Sugar skulls galore.


Fun jewelry.

And of course I would feel remiss if I didn’t mention this Porkysesque bit of mirth. CAVEAT: Previous link may not be safe for work.

Check it out!

Churros & Hot Chocolate
Sunday, November 1, 2009 starting at 3:00 p.m.
624 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Dia de los muertos flyerNYS

This item comes courtesy of my buddy Bitchcakes. Here’s the 411 per their email announcement:

Try and come by for our annual Dia de los Muertos holiday at our coffee bar where we honor our passed family and friends with food, drinks (e,g, new Azteca mex chocolate/espresso shots), decor, and more. Pass flyer on to your friends!

Although the official celebration is Monday afternoon after 6pm, the coffee bar will have the traditional ofrenda (altar) loaded with pictures and mementos of lost loved ones this weekend til next weekend. I’ll be working Saturday early afternoon til 3pm and Sunday morning til 1:30. Try our tamale plates (w/ elote/Mexican corn) and mexican mocha IF you haven’t been by yet.

I have tried the Mexican mocha. It is nothing short of amazing. Coupled with their tamales you have a winning combination!

Day of the Dead Celebration
Starts Saturday, October 31 and runs through November 7, 2009
(the “official” party will be November 2, 2009 starting at 6:00 p.m.)
Beaner Bar
447 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Have a happy, haunted and safe holiday weekend, folks!

Miss Heather


One Comment on More Day of the Dead Fun

  1. rutila on Fri, 30th Oct 2009 1:33 pm
  2. They were unfortunately out of tamales when I had my first Mexican mocha, which is delicious liquid caffeine, to be imbibed reservedly, on days when a regular cup o’ joe won’t do the trick. Kind of makes me wish there were a decaffeinated version so I can get my Mexican mocha on more often.

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