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Hacienda Cinco Parking Information

Off Site Parking Available at Hudson School: $5 Fundraiser (All proceeds benefit Hudson Elementary) Available Saturday, May 4th 6PM - 10PM Sunday, May 5th 11AM - 7PM Free Shuttle Service  at Hudson & Kortwright Cab Service Off Site Parking Map:  

By | April 9th, 2013|

Dos Lunas VIP Lounge

Private Lounge Area w/Prime Stage View Lounge Opens at 12pm Complimentary Buffet 32oz Drink and Commemorative Keeper Cup Full Menu Service - Private Bar & Wait Staff Private Restrooms Dos Lunas Shot Girls Premium Bar Selections 1 Parking Pass w/4 Ticket Package $45 Per Ticket (Advanced Purchase) Buy VIP Tickets **SOLD OUT** Buy VIP 4 Pack [...]

By | April 8th, 2013|

Hacienda Cinco de Mayo – 2013

Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and St. Louis' biggest and best celebration is going to be at Hacienda! For over 30 years, Hacienda has hosted St. Louis' premier Cinco de Mayo event and this year is going to be better then ever. Our award winning margaritas and full restaurant menu will be [...]

By | April 8th, 2013|

Hacienda’s Hand Cut Fajitas

Fajitas have been a staple of Mexican-American cuisine for decades, dating all the way back to the 1930's American Southwest. Mexican ranch hands, or vaqueros, were given less desirable portions of the butchered cattle as part of their pay. These cuts of beef, skirt steak in particular, were grilled over an open flame and cut [...]

By | April 7th, 2013|

Guacamole Especial

Guacamole dates all the way back to the 16th century Aztecs of southern Mexico. Literally translated to “avocado sauce”, guacamole typically consists of a lightly seasoned base of mashed avocados with a wide variety of garnishes including tomato, onion, garlic, cilantro, lime and chiles. The dish became popular in the American Southwest in the 1960's [...]

By | April 7th, 2013|

Hacienda’s Pozole

Pozole is a traditional Mexican soup that's origins trace all the way back to the Aztecs. The soup has always featured corn (usually large kernel hominy), meat, a flavorful stock and a wide variety of garnishes. Because of the religious significance of corn to many early Mexican cultures, eating pozole was seen as a sacred [...]

By | April 7th, 2013|