Mexican Revolution Day
The Mexican Revolution took place in 1910. This revolution occurred because a small minority of wealthy people held power over the vast majority of impoverished people in the country. Enough was enough, and the revolution began. Eventually, the corrupt President Diaz was overthrown and General Diaz, the political voice of the lower class, declared himself president of Mexico and called for a national insurrection. This took place on November 20, 1910. Now, Mexican Revolution Day is celebrated on the third Monday of November every year.
This year, Mexican Revolution Day is November 15. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate here in the States, consider grabbing a Mexican meal at Verde Kitchen and Cocktails.
If you want to use Mexican Revolution Day as an excuse to visit our restaurant, be sure to visit us on November 15 for some traditional guacamole or arbol salsa. We also have several entrees you can order for dinner. Maybe you have a taste for an oaxacan street burger, which is made from 4-ounce grass-fed beef and served on a house-made cemita roll with pickled cabbage, pineapple, poblano, ketchup verde, and American cheese. This dish is served with ensalada verde and platanos fritos. We also have a vegan bowl, which is made with toasted garlic rice, black beans, seasonal vegetables, salsa verde, guacamole, onion, cilantro, and fresh lime.
We serve tacos in two or three-piece options. Try our taco pollo asado made with chile marinated roasted chicken, salsa roja, guacamole, chopped onion, and cilantro. We also have tacos camerones, taco barbacoa, tacos pescado, and more.
On November 15, 2021, visit Verde Kitchen & Cocktails. We are open from 3 to 9 p.m. and you can find us at 70 E. Main St. in Bay Shore, NY.