Would you like to learn how to make taquitos? [Read more...]
What is commonly thought of today as traditional Mexican décor began in the 18th century in and around Mexico, Central America as well as the North American Southwest. [Read more...]
We love to keep you informed about interesting, exciting opportunities that arise in the area, and it so happens that one is happening here at Acapulcos Mexican Family Restaurant & Cantina in Beverly, MA on October 29th at 6:30pm!
My friend and esteemed local doctor, Stephen Franson D.C., is presenting a brand new workshop entitled Brilliant (You’re Smarter Than You Think) on an exclusive basis to those in our closer circles (that’s you!). I know Dr. Franson is excited to share this incredible information AND he’s buying dinner.
I’ve known Dr. Stephen for a long time and am very familiar with the kinds of incredible results that he has provided for those who walk through his doors. Many of his patients are regulars here at Acapulco’s.
He has spent his entire life studying ALL things health and wellness and is incredibly knowledgeable.
Click here to learn more about Brilliant and how you can get on the list for Dr. Stephen’s upcoming presentation on October 29th at 6:30pm!
For those who enjoy eating Mexican food, fresh salsa is a quintessential Mexican dish that is both tasty and easy to make. [Read more...]
Restaurants are notorious for serving deceptively unhealthy food. However, eating out does not have to mean ruining your diet, as long as you know how to order. [Read more...]
Contrary to what many believe, Cinco de Mayo is not a celebration of Mexican independence, and it is not the biggest holiday in Mexico. [Read more...]
Homemade burritos make a great meal and can be a fabulous addition to any dinner party. [Read more...]
Margaritas are one of the most well-known Mexican drinks. [Read more...]
If you have ever visited Mexico, you probably know about the popularity of street vendors in this country. [Read more...]
Anyone who has seen the flag of Mexico is probably familiar with the Mexican coat of arms. It’s the picture of an eagle holding a snake. However, the Mexican coat of arms is more than just decoration for their flag. [Read more...]