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5 Great Reasons You Should Join Us for Happy Hour at Mexicali Blues

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Happy hour at Mexicali Blues in Osage Beach is a wonderful, relaxing break in an otherwise hectic week to look forward to for some. Others see it as an excellent time to catch up with friends or join coworkers to get to know them a little better. 

Regardless of the reason you seek out a Happy Hour to enjoy, here are 5 reasons our Lake of the Ozarks Happy Hour is the one you will enjoy the most. It takes place every Tuesday-Friday from 4-6 pm, giving you 4 chances every week to take advantage of it.   


Those Marvelous Margaritas (& More!)
The best margaritas at the Lake of the Ozarks are a refreshing treat any time of the day but during Happy Hour, you get the added satisfaction of ordering them at a discounted price! The deals are not limited to only margaritas though. Beer drinkers will be thrilled to hear that we've got some great prices on our beers too. Beyond the Happy Hour discounts, we feature a fully stocked bar and a huge variety of flavored margaritas as well. 


Free Chip…

Classic Car Nights Are Back at Mexicali Blues

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Classic Car Nights are back at your favorite Mexican restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks once a month and you're invited! Not only will you get to show off your classic vehicle in the parking lot, but Mexicali Blues will have a special deal in store for everyone participating. Don't have a car to enter? No problem! Simply come to enjoy the show and the best Mexican food at the Lake of the Ozarks



Classic Car Night
The parking lot at Mexicali Blues will fill up with this Lake of the Ozarks classic car show the third Wednesday of each month from 5:00-8:00 pm, May-September. Mark your calendars now so you don't miss a single one!
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To be classified as a classic car, the exact definition varies slightly around the world. Typically, if a vehicle is 20 years or older it falls into the "classic" category, although in some places a car needs to be at least 25 years old before it is eligible for special plates. In the United States, …

Fresh, Crisp Chips & Amazing Dips To Dunk Them In

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When you dine at Mexicali Blues in Osage Beach, you will be greeted at your table with a basket of fresh, crisp tortilla chips and a bowl of our famous, homemade salsa. That delicious salsa isn't the only tempting dip we have for you at our Lake of the Ozarks Mexican restaurant. There are even more delectable dips waiting for you on our appetizer menu, plus a few different salsa flavors. 


Although intended as a meal starter, chips and any one of our marvelous dips also make a great snack any time of the day. If you happen to join us for Happy Hour, it's also an excellent food to enjoy with a margarita or two. Here's a list of the taste-tempting dips available on our menu. 


SALSA
When it comes to dipping chips, you simply can't come to Mexicali Blues and not try our sensational salsa! We have a very special recipe that uses only all-natural ingredients and absolutely no preservatives. The robust taste of Mexico comes out from the combination of zesty-flavored ingredients s…

St. Patrick's Day is a Big Deal in Mexico

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Mexico and the United States celebrate many of the same holidays, but often in slightly different ways and sometimes for different reasons altogether. For example, St. Patrick's Day probably does not give you a craving for the best Mexican food at the Lake of the Ozarks, but maybe it should. 


Here in America, St. Patrick's Day is a time to indulge in corned beef, cabbage, beer, whiskey, and a bit of Irish pride (even if you aren't Irish.) In Mexico, it is a day to honor some very important men from the country's history, most of which were Irish rather than Mexican. 

Saint Patrick's Battalion
During the Mexican-American War of 1846-48, a group of anywhere between 175-several hundred (accounts vary) immigrants & expatriates formed & were led by Irishman John Riley. Many of these men were Irish, but lots of different countries were represented. They were called Batallion de San Patricio in Spanish, later reorganized as the Foreign Legion of Patricios, and most o…