Cinco De Mayo In Chicago
Cinco de Mayo (or “5th of May”) commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Here in Chicago, there are a number of festivities and events throughout the city to help celebrate this joyful day in Mexican history.
Tres Leches means “Three Milk” in Spanish. This traditional sponge cake is soaked with three different kinds of milk, creating the moist taste and airy, light texture we all know and love. Here are 5 picks for some of the best Tres Leches cakes in Chicago.
Mexican restaurants may be everywhere in Chicago, but a great enchilada can be hard to find. With so many to choose from, we’ve narrowed down the enchilada overload. The enchiladas on this list, will have you dreaming of melted cheese, warm tortillas, and homemade sauce!
Fish tacos are quickly making their way from California and the Southwest, to the streets of Chicago. A more recent addition to some menus, the fish taco provides a lighter, less greasy taco option. Check […]
Guacamole is a traditional Mexican staple. You don’t have to go all the way to Mexico to get a great bowl of guacamole. The restaurants below have some of the best guacamole in the city. […]
Here’s a list of the best Nuevo Latino food in Chicago.
There are a variety of delicious Mexican restaurants around the city of Chicago. Here are a few suggestions: