Showing posts from February, 2019

The Irresistible Taco

You've probably heard the inspirational saying, " You can't make everyone happy... You're not a taco! " Here at our Lake of the Ozarks Mexican restaurant , we totally agree with that sentiment. Even when we think we've made our customers as happy as they can possibly be, the tacos come out to the table & upstage us, immediately making everyone even happier!   It's rare to find a person that doesn't list tacos at the top of their favorite foods list. There's just something incredibly special about this simple menu item that nobody can seem to resist. While trying to figure out the mysterious appeal of the amazing taco, we ran across a few fun facts to share with you.  FUN TACO FACTS Tacos are rumored to have been invented between 1000 and 500 B.C. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest flour taco weighed 1,654 pounds! It measured 35.9 feet long and 33.8 inches wide and was stuffed full of grilled steak and onion.

Have You Heard? All of Your Mexican Food Favorites Are Back!

Surely you've realized by now that your favorite Mexican restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks is back from our winter break. Hopefully, you're making sure all of your friends are aware of this awesome fact too. Just in case they need a reminder about what will be waiting for them here at Mexicali Blues , today's blog has it covered.  Fresh, Homemade Mexican Food When you're at our family-friendly restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks , you're going to be treated like a part of our family. That means, only the best for you! We always use the freshest and most savory ingredients in everything that comes out of our kitchen. The menu is filled with the finest Mexican cuisine plus a few American dishes prepared equally as delicious.  Every Tuesday-Saturday beginning at 11:30 am you can join us for lunch and dinner. You'll find classics like tacos, chimichangas, burritos, and fajitas, as well as specialty items like our Lobster Tacos and the brilliantly string

The Best Margaritas at the Lake of the Ozarks

Friday, February 22 is National Margarita Day and before that gets here, this Saturday, February 16 is the 2019 Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl . Right there you have two perfectly good excuses to seek out the best margaritas at the Lake of the Ozarks , which can always be found at Mexicali Blues !  Those Marvelous Margaritas Not only do we claim to serve the most delicious and refreshing margaritas in the lake area,  but we're also willing to bet that we have a bigger variety of creative flavors than anywhere else. We, of course, have a fantastically flavorful, traditional, house margarita available either frozen or on the rocks, but we didn't stop after perfecting that recipe!  Our margarita menu is filled with a wonderful variety of different flavors to keep your thirst quenched and your taste buds entertained. Some of these you may have seen offered elsewhere, but those are accompanied by lots of signature recipes that are all our own. The majority

It's Mardi Gras Time at Mexicali Blues During the Lake Pub Crawl

The Lake of the Ozarks Mardi Gras Pub Crawl is coming on Saturday, February 16, 2019 , and Mexicali Blues is the most exciting stop on that pub crawl route! We've got the most delicious food, the tastiest drinks, and the best live music at the Lake of the Ozarks planned to keep the party going strong all night long!  We're An Express Stop Mexicali Blues is opening back up after our winter break on Friday, February 8, 2019, just in time to get ready for the biggest party at the Lake of the Ozarks! The Lake Pub Crawl is made up of 16 bars and restaurants stretching from the historic Bagnell Dam Strip in Lake Ozark all the way out here to us in Osage Beach.  That distance won't be a problem for you because there will be 20+ buses running the pub crawl route from 4:00 pm-2:30 am making sure everyone gets a safe, sober ride to all the fun. A $10 wristband is your entry ticket into all the venues and onto all the buses. You can pick up your wristband right here at Mexi