MIA: Where to Celebrate National Guacamole Day

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It’s the holiday you’ve all been waiting for… National Guacamole Day! These spots are serving up delicious guacamole and other tasty iconic Mexican dishes. Here’s where to dip those chips on Wednesday, September 16th.

Rocco’s Tacos
Roccos Tacos
In celebration of National Guacamole Day and Mexican Independence Day, Rocco’s Tacos will offer half off all bottles of tequila from the one and only, Tequila Bible, which boasts over 330 varieties of goodness. Either sip or mix the tequilas with Rocco’s famed homemade Margarita sour mix. Co-owner, Rocco Mangel presents a vibrant Mexican dining experience with live mariachi bands on select nights and delectable food selections, bringing to life the spirit of Mexico. The best part, of course is the guacamole, which is prepared tableside and served with crunchy chips sprinkled with a secret spice. Signature menu items include: Jalapeno Rellenos, stuffed fried jalapenos poppers, with cotija, lime crema, avocado ranch; Molcajete Seafood, wild Gulf of Mexico shrimp, scallops, mahi & poblano chiles baked in a molcajete with calabaza squash, charred tomatoes, onions, cilantro; Enchiladas Mole Poblando, pulled chicken breast, mole poblano sauce; and Bistec con Chiles Rajas, grilled adobo skirt steak, grilled green onions, three pepper rajas, red rice, black beans.

Fort Lauderdale1313 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL | 954.524.9550
Boca Raton- 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton, FL | 561.416.2131
West Palm Beach- 224 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL | 561.650.1000
Palm Beach Gardens- 5090 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL | 561.429.4758

Bodega South Beach
Bodega SOBE
Bodega is a hip, vibrant spot in South Beach that offers outrageously good Mexican street food and beverages. Labeled as an “antojito” (craving) on the menu, the Bodega Guacamole features avocado, red onion, cilantro, and tomato. The order of chips is served with salsa verde, salsa ranchera, and salsa brava. The Al Pastor tacos are a must with spit-broiled pork, charred pineapple, red onion, cilantro, and salsa rosada. And the Pescado tacos are a favorite with grilled Mahi, charred pineapple slaw, pickled onions, cilantro, and chipotle-cotija dressing. You can thank Chef Bernie Matz, creator of the Bodega menu and a self-proclaimed “connoisseur of the taco” for all the explosive flavors. Wash it all down with a Don Diablo cocktail, which contains Illegal Joven, Mezcal, passionfruit, lime, hellfire bitters, topped with hibiscus jarritos. Just order at the taco truck window and enjoy each and every bite of bold, authentic Mexican food. Make sure to pay the bathroom a visit too after finishing up the guac.
1220 16th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Located in Sunset Harbour, “Tequiztlan Tequileria and Cocina Mexicana” by El Rancho Grande, opened its doors on May 20, 2013. Since then, it has created quite the buzz in the Miami Beach community. Tequiztlan is a chic, yet casual restaurant with a lofty feel that serves up delectable authentic Mexican food. The guacamole is made tableside with fresh avocado, tomato, onions, cilantro, jalapeños (depending on how caliente you like it), and salt & lime to your taste. Although, the guacamole is big, we have a feeling that one for the table just won’t be enough. Not only does tequiztlan have a killer guac, they are also known for their Parillada, which serves up to two people. What’s the parillada you ask? A rich combination of steak, chicken, shrimp, fish fillet, grilled to perfection with bell peppers, onions, bacon, and fresh tomatoes served with rice, beans, crema mexicana, guacamole, and a basket of flour tortillas. To top it all off, this Mexican eatery specializes in the art of drinking, offering a plethora of tequilas and mezcales to pair with your meal.
1884 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Coyo Taco
COYO taco
Guacamole in the hip and happening neighborhood of Wynwood, you can find it at Coyo Taco. Yes, you may also find lines out the door, but trust us, it’s worth the wait. The Coyo guacamole is freshly smashed when ordered and features hass avocados, cilantro, and pico de gallo. Can’t get enogh of that guac? Coyo has a solution for that and it’s called the guacamole bowl, here’s how it works: choose any taco, Coyo guacamole, rice and beans, pico de gallo, all mixed together in a bowl and there you have it, an avocado aficionado’s dream come true. Whether it’s their carne asada taco with seared angus steak, smoked bacon, and chicharron de queso, or their camaron taco with flour tortilla, seared gulf shrimp, mango slaw, and chipotle aioli, everything is fresh. The fresh philosophy even applies to their Don Julio margarita, which is a house mix, on draft, on the rocks. Can we get an ay yai yai?
2300 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127

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