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Talavera Cocina Mexicana Launches Margarita Lab Wednesdays on November 10

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The New Times' 2010 winner for "Best Mexican Restaurant" has just upped its game with a new Wednesday happy hour. It takes place from 5 to 9 p.m. Guests on November 10 can be the first to try the new six flavor Margarita sampler ($16.) It features Talavera's six signature margarita flavors; strawberry, tamarind, lime, watermelon, cilantro, and mango. Individual shots are also available for $3 each.

Throughout the happy hour, Talavera will serve complimentary samplings from Chef Oscar del Rivero's celebrated menu. Expect items like the sopa de hongos con huitlacoche (corn masa with corn truffle, mushrooms, pico de gallo & goat cheese), sopa de chilorio (corn masa with slow-cooked pulled pork & pico de gallo), and sopes de pipian verde (corn masa with chicken breast in pumpkin seed sauce with cilantro, lettuce, serrano chiles & cumin.)

Talavera Cocina Mexicana
2299 Ponce de Leon,Coral Gables
305-444-2955

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