The Tucson 23: Mexican Food Festival

You won’t need a map to help you find the best Mexican food in Arizona this weekend: Just head to the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort and Spa for The Tucson 23, a Mexican support festivity lauding the nation’s principle 23 miles of Mexican nourishment.

The festival will highlight food and beverage samplings from more than 25 diners in the area focused fundamentally on the city of South Tucson, Downtown and lower midtown.

Festival attendees can sample regional Mexican cooking, and ordinary top picks from family asserted cafes. Popular spots include five pork carnitas from El Charro, achiote braised pork with fire seared pineapple from Pence and machaca tacos and Mexican street corn from Blanco Taco and Tequila.

The event will also include music, dancing and live entertainment from Mariachi Mexteca and Ballet Folklorico La Paloma.  Other activities include Dia de los Muertos Face Painting by Ruth Spies and Etienne Boeuf, photo fun booth with special themed props, live artist demonstrations and original artwork for sale, and a featured raffle baskets.

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