In the spirit of celebrating the multicultural food offerings in our own hometown, be sure to stop by Valley Taqueria Mexican Grill on the corner of Exchange and S. Washington Street.
This Monday May 5 isn’t the official Mexican Independence Day — that’s actually September 16. However, Cinco De Mayo is meant to promote Mexican food, culture and traditions in the United States.
This small, festive spot offers a wide variety of items on their menu — including authentic Mexican offerings. Catch a table out front under an umbrella or sit inside and enjoy salsa and chips while waiting to dine — perhaps top off your meal with plantains in honey.
Serving breakfast lunch and dinner, there’s no excuse not to
check out this charming spot to honor the day.