Mexican Independence Day at Centro Cocina

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day at Centro from Thursday, September 15 - Saturday, September 17!

It is common for many Americans to mistake Cinco de Mayo (May 5) as Mexican Independence Day. It was actually in September of 1821 that Mexico finally won its independence from Spain.

September 16 is the date officially recognized by Mexico as her independence day. Cinco de Mayo celebrates a victory over the French in 1862.

Independence Day in Mexico is a huge celebration with parades and festivals taking place across the country.

In celebration of Mexican independence, we will be serving the following specials from Thursday, September 15 - Saturday, September 17:


Garnachas Yucatecas
Corn masa boats stuffed with refried black beans, beef picadillo, roasted tomato salsa, cotija cheese

Empanadas de Platano
Plantain turnovers stuffed refried black beans, Oaxaca mole sauce, crema


Carne Asada a la Tampiquena
Grilled ancho marinated New York strip steak, 2 enmoladas (mole sauce covered tortillas), guacamole,
refried beans, grilled onion and jalapeno

Chiles en Nogada
Pablano chile stuffed with picadillo (pork, fruit, nuts, spices), walnut cream sauce, pomegranate, parsley with
steamed white rice


Camarones en Chipotle
Grilled chipotle rubbed gulf shrimp, roasted tomato-­chipotle sauce with grilled seasonal vegetables, red rice

Chile Rellenos
Roasted poblano chiles two ways: stuffed with cheese and with pulled chicken (one of each)
roasted tomato-chipotle sauce, steamed rice, pinto beans, crema



(paragary restaurant group)

(cafe bernardo)

(esquire grill)

(centro cocina mexicana)