Day of the Dead Specials Around Philly

Day of the Dead Specials Around Philly

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Philadelphia, PACelebrate The Day of the Dead in Philadelphia - Day of the Dead, or Día de Los Muertos, next weekend on Saturday, October 31, Sunday, November 1, and/or Monday, November 2, 2020. Please see features and information below from Philadelphia's Day of the Dead-inspired pop-up restaurant Sueno, the last call for Nightmare Before Tinsel with a special family day, and food/drink specials from Al Pastor in Exton, Rosy's Taco Bar in Center City, and Buena Onda in Fairmount. Thanks for reading and considering!

Celebrate The Day of the Dead in Philadelphia


Celebrating on Sunday, November 1st and Monday, November 2nd
Hours: 1:00pm to 11:00pm for Sunday, 4:00pm to 11:00pm for Monday
Philadelphia's Day of the Dead-inspired pop-up restaurant and tequila bar will celebrate Day of the Dead on Sunday, November 1st, and Monday, November 2nd. Enjoy $2 off all frozen margaritas and cocktails inside the restaurant, for frozen cocktails to go, and at the outdoor streetery. Look for food specials for these two days only from Executive Chef Caroline Hough - including Magnolia Tacos (Magnolia-pressed taco shells, braised beef, onion, cilantro, lime), Pozole (Pork and chiles stew), and Mexican Chocolate Empanadas. Also, don't miss the day for Nightmare Before Tinsel. Day of the Dead at Sueño and Tinsel is family-friendly! See Tinsel details below for SUNDAY only.114 S. 12th Street Philadelphia, PA

Nightmare Before Tinsel

Celebrating on Sunday, November 1st
Hours 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm for Sunday only (last day!)
Nightmare Before Tinsel will close the season with a family-friendly day. Nightmare will extend and be open to coincide with the Day of the Dead celebration next door at Sueño. Day of the Dead is a family holiday and by popular demand, Nightmare will offer a very special family-friendly day where parents and their children are invited to experience the fun together. Tickets are specially discounted this last day of the season for $15 for adults over 21 and $5 for children. The recommended age for Nightmare is 12 and up. 112 S.12th Street Philadelphia, PA

Rosy’s Taco Bar

Monday - Sunday, 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Rosy's will celebrate Day of the Dead from October 31st to November 2nd. They will feature the following food and drink specials:
* Calabaza - Pumpkin dessert with a sweet sauce and garnished with pumpkin seeds
* Pozole - Traditional soup/stew
* Tamale - Corn tamale with chicken or pork and salsa verde or mole sauce on top
* Drink - Muertos Creciente (Dead Rising) Apple Cider, cranberry, mulling syrup, ancho reyes and espolon blanco. 2220 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Buena Onda

Celebrating on Sunday, November 1st
Hours: 11:00am to 9:00pm
Buena Onda will offer five-dollar nachos, five-dollar featured Passion fruit Margarita and $2.50 gringo tacos from open to close on Sunday, November 1, 2020.1901 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Al Pastor (in Exton)

Saturday, October 31 - 11:00am to 9:00pm
Sunday, November 1 - 11:00am to 8:30pm
Monday, November 2 - 11:00am to 8:30pm

On Halloween Saturday, children will eat for free when in costume for Halloween, and there will be free trick or treat bags available while supplies last. For all three days, look for the following food and drink additions and specials: 560 Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341

Day of the Dead: Food and Drink Specials at Al Pastor, Rosy's, Sueno and Buena Onda

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