I remember sitting at my abuela's dinning room table in Mexico and contently eating sopa con sliced sausage. I was only 4yrs old but I can still remember walking through the market place and smelling freshly cooked street meat, roasted corn on the cob, and corn tortillas, MMMmmmm.
I used to dance in my parents living room to Mexican music and dancing in circles arm in arm with my baby brother (I really don't know what I was listening to, but I can guess it was mostly Nortenas). Hysterically laughing up a storm til my face turned red and my heart beat a million miles per hour.
Oh yes, Mexican runs through my veins and I'm proud of it! So tonight I'm happy to bring you the Nacotheque Mexican Independence party "Viva Mexico Cabrones"!!! I'm bringing spicy Mexican candies for everyone!!
Nacotheque & Hecho en Dumbo present VIVA MEXICO CABRONES @ Hecho en Dumbo
54 Bowery St, New York
$5 Cover, 21+
Doors: 10pm - 4am
Spicy mexican dulces for everyone!!!
The the Mexican "bicentenario" is here so let's celebrate cabrones!!
it's the biggest Mexican celebration pretty much ever.
During the year 2010, Mexico celebrates both the 200th anniversary of
its Independence and 100th anniversary of its Revolution. it's
basically the 4th of July for Mexico.
Marcelo C. Baez