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5 Reasons To Join Mexicali Blues For Happy Hour

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Summer is just around the corner, which means the season of margaritas is upon us! Luckily, you can get your fix at the best Mexican restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks. We have a bunch of tasty specialty margaritas. In addition, you can also enjoy some of our margaritas during our Happy Hour. Tuesday - Friday from 4:00 - 6:00 PM enjoy specials on beer and margaritas when you visit Mexicali Blues. Check out these five reasons to visit the best Mexican restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks for Happy Hour.


1. Unwind After A Long Day Of Work

There's nothing better after a long day of work than a nice cold beer. However, when you visit Mexicali Blues you can also enjoy a margarita! Whether you enjoy them on the rocks or frozen, it's a great way to relax and unwind during the summer (or any season for that matter!). In addition to unwinding after a long day of work, you could also enjoy Happy Hour with the people you work with. Grab some co-workers and bring them to Mexicali Blues! …

Our Favorite Way To Celebrate Salsa Month!

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May is known as National Salsa Month, and at Mexicali Blues, we love fresh, spicy salsa! When you enjoy a meal or drinks at Mexicali Blues, you will be served some of our homemade salsa and chips before you dig into your meal or sip on your margarita (or any other of our tasty cocktails!) Our salsa has become so popular that we started bottling it up and selling it!


Mexicali's Own Salsa!

When you come into Mexicali Blues, you can munch on chips and salsa before enjoying your entree. Our salsa became so popular that we began bottling our homemade salsa. The 16 oz. jars include the original, "XXX" Hot and Salsa Verde, with more products to come. The salsas are flying off the shelves at nearly 75 grocery outlets in Missouri! The robust taste of Mexico is brought out in Mexicali Blues salsa with a combination of the zesty flavors of tomato, peppers, onions, garlic and other fresh ingredients. There are no preservatives in this palette sensation.

From our kitchen to yours, we …

How We Celebrate Shrimp Day

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May 10 is National Shrimp Day! Americans eat more shrimp than any other seafood, and this is the day to celebrate this delicious seafood. At Mexicali Blues, we have many tasty Mexican dishes that feature shrimp. Take a peek at what you can order at the best Mexican restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks to celebrate National Shrimp Day.

Appetizers

Fajita Shrimp - 12 sauteed shrimp served over onions & peppers.

Quesadilla - 2 flour tortillas stuffed with meat & cheese. Enjoy with fajita chicken, steak or shrimp.

Salads

Mexicali - Mixed greens, cranberries, tomatoes, egg, candied walnuts, cheese, tortilla strips, Cilantro ranch, Italian or honey mustard. Enjoy with chicken or shrimp.

Entrees

Shrimp or Grouper Tacos - 2 sauteed shrimp or grouper tacos with lettuce, cheese, cilantro & ranch dressing. Served with rice.

Chipotle Dinner - Grilled chicken, steak, shrimp or grouper served on a bed of rice and covered with our chipotle sauce. Grilled onions & peppers, mini quesadilla and …

The LARGEST Cinco De Mayo Party At The Lake!

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Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner and you know Mexicali Blues will be throwing a party to celebrate! Of course, we have delicious Mexican entrees for you to enjoy on Cinco de Mayo (and every day!), but that's not all we're doing on Friday. We'll be featuring amazing drink and food specials all day long, as well as live entertainment at night. Here are all the details on the largest Cinco de Mayo party at the Lake of the Ozarks, as well as a few fun facts about this holiday. 

Fun Facts About Cinco de Mayo
It's not Mexico's Independence Day. Mexico's Independence Day is September 16, so Cinco de Mayo is actually a celebration of Mexico's victory in the battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, during the Franco-Mexican war. It was unlikely that Mexico would win, as they were heavily outnumbered by the French. The victory became a source of pride for the country and is the reason it's still celebrated today. 
It's not considered a federal holiday. Cinco de …