Cinco de Mayo at Cha Cha’s Brea…
Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen Hosts the 6th Annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. Located in downtown Brea, this latin-style restaurant favorite invites guest to an all-day Cinco de Mayo festival with delicious foods, live music, tequila specials and lots ‘o fun.
Live Latin band mariachis, drink specials starts at 11:30am on Tuesday, May 5th. Guests can enjoy half-priced shots from a vast selection of premium blue agave tequilas, award-winning grande margaritas for $15, or a shot of tequila paired with a beer for $10.
In addition, the entire menu will be available including Chef Joe Martinez’s signature items, like the Seafood Caldo with Mahi Mahi, shrimp, clams, squid, saffron-tomato broth, herbs, toasted angel hair; Guajillo Braised Short Rib Enchiladas served open-faced with Pasilla chiles, goat cheese, fresh radish, achiote onions, and epazote black beans; and Aquachile with Mahi Mahi, cucumber, lemon juice, red onion serrano chiles, cilantro and mint.
“Cha Cha’s Cinco de Mayo fiesta is our biggest event of the year,” said Don Myers, co-owner of Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen. “The past 5 years have been incredibly fun and exciting. It’s just something you have to come see for yourself!”
Fiesta goers will love the award-winning margaritas that reflect the fresh modern Mexican-style of Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen including their Watermelon Margarita that was recently brought back due to popular demand. This seasonal libation is made with El Jimador 100% Pure Tequila, house-made Hibiscus juice, agave nectar, lime and fresh watermelon.
Other highlights on Cha Cha’s cocktail menu include the Mango-Habanero margarita made with Pueblo Viejo 100% blue agave, mango, fresh lime juice, and habanero chili infusion; the Platinum Mojito made with Myer’s Platinum Rum, fresh lime, mint and sugar cane served frozen; and their award-winning Sangria Tradicional made with red wine, orange liqueur, infused with fresh tropical and citrus fruits.
About Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen:
The Latin inspired menu adapts the culinary heritage of Mexico and Latin America to a fresh modern style. In the open kitchen, guests can watch savory dishes being prepared in the wood-fired oven, while free-range Jidori chickens roast to perfection.
In the lounge the lively sound of handcrafted cocktails being shaken provides the backdrop. These tequila libations utilize freshly squeezed juices, house-made infusions, and fresh seasonal fruit. A variety of popular and boutique wineries from the Central Coast, Spain and South America also add a great complement to any meal.
The energetic Latin / Mexican restaurant in Downtown Brea is always bustling with sounds of its popular happy hour, live Latin bands and the conversation of friends and family.