Atlanta has so many different types of cultural cuisine that we love. One of everyone’s favorites is the vibrant Mexican food scene right here in Atlanta!
One of our very favorites is El Burro Pollo in Midtown!
Serving up authentic Mexican food right here in the heart of Atlanta, El Burro Pollo celebrates the connection between food and culture, and the love that comes from sharing that with other people!
Chef Hector Santiago says, “My Food is my Heart and Soul. To me, this means that I put everything into it. I strive to fill your soul, not just your belly… [El Burro Pollo] is designed to evoke the idea and memory of the street and its people. It is a convergence of cultures focused on authentic, humble, reused, repurposed, reclaimed, fresh, with touches of both hope and dreams realized and forgotten.”
And this year, Atlantans can get excited for The Day of the Dead, because El Burro Pollo is hosting a holiday pop-up with tons of food and drink specials on November 1st!
What is el Día de los Muertos?
Día de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday celebrating the one day every year that the barrier between the spirit world and the physical world dissolves, and lost loved ones can visit the living.
There are tons of celebrations happening for Day of the Dead this year too! If you want to check any of them out, you can see the full list with our Day of the Dead roundup!
To celebrate Day of the Dead, El Burro Pollo will be hosting a pop-up at the Collective at Coda food hall on November 1st! Guests can expect some delicious eats and drinks, with drink specials that honor the holiday, and food to give you a little slice of Mexico. EBP will be bringing tamales, pozole, pan dulce, Mexican hot chocolate and so much more!
For all the details, check out their website!