In Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
For every Tableside Guacamole sold from 9/15 - 11/1, Hacienda Colorado will donate $1 to the charity listed below.
Mexican Cultural Center The Mexican Cultural Center (MCC) works in partnership with major art and cultural institutions in Denver to promote and maintain the richness of Mexican culture in Colorado. They are dedicated to increasing awareness of Mexico’s splendid traditions, travel, cuisine, art, music, and handcrafts through engaging, community-centered activities.
Made-to-Order Tableside Guacamole
Our famously delicious tableside guacamole is crafted to your liking and served in a traditional Mexican Molcajete! Molcajete are made of volcanic rock and have been used by Hispanic culture for thousands of years.
The Original Chocolate Piñata
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a smash! Inspired by traditional piñatas, our one-of-a-kind smashable dessert is filled with housemade churros and only the freshest fruit. Smash away and honor a tradition that is more than 700 years old!
Fresh Margarita of the Month
Did you know that authentic Tequila is only produced inside the Mexican state of Jalisco, and only in a few other municipalities? Our margaritas are always crafted with 100% agave Lunazul Tequila, St. Germain, and the freshest fruit. This month's feature: Mango Jalapeño
Our Hispanic American Familia
From the kitchen to the front door, we appreciate everything that our Hispanic American team members do to make you, our valued guests, feel welcome here.
Hispanic Culture Throughout Our Restaurants
The items below offer a small glimpse into Hispanic traditions and culture, and they help set the stage for an authentic experience at Hacienda Colorado. Immerse yourself in an atmosphere rich in culture throughout all our restaurants. Tap or click the images below to discover their importance. And, the next time you visit us, see if you can spot them all.
Our furnishings, inspired by Mexican architecture and art, are as carefully curated as the ingredients in our recipes.
We use this machine to press balls of masa dough into round corn tortillas. It is the pro-kitchen version of the classic manual press found in many Mexican households.
The Lady in Red
We may never know who she really is but legend has it that each year on Día de Los Muertos, her salsa steps can be heard late at night from the kitchen.
The Lady in Red
Made of volcanic stone, these traditional Mexican mortars have been used for thousands of years by prehispanic cultures like the Aztecs & Mayans.
Spanish flamenco guitars are commonly heard in the music played in our restaurants. Listen to our Hispanic Music Spotify playlist to hear their bright and vibrant sound.
Mexican limes are widely used in cuisine to offer a vibrant, acidic note to food and drinks. To craft our margaritas, we freshly squeeze more than 500 limes every single day.
Mexicans Rodolfo Gaona, Armillita, and Carlos Arruza are considered some of the most graceful and daring matadors of the 20th century.
When you smash a piñata in celebration, you are honoring a Hispanic tradition that is more than 700 years old.
Celebrating Hispanic Cuisine & Culinary Influence
In this episode of Authentic Inspirations, Chef's Ron Vasquez and Scott Lodal celebrate the people, culture and culinary influence of Mexico. Join us in honoring the many unique and important ways Hispanic heritage inspires us.
Immersive Cultural Experiences
Discover more history, heritage, and accomplishments of Hispanic and Latino Americans by visiting these museums and cultural centers.
Our Hispanic Heritage Month Spotify Playlist
This collection of bolero, salsa, reggaeton, and more of our favorite Hispanic music will keep your feet moving all month long.