Calaca Mamas Cantina celebrates Halloween and Day of the Dead
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Calaca Mamas Cantina, Anaheim’s newest Day of the Dead-inspired restaurant, celebrates Halloween and Dia de los Muertos from October 30 to November 2 and invites everyone to join in the magical celebrations!
Calaca Mamas kicks off the spooky celebration on Sunday, October 30, with face painting for guests of 10h00-12h00 & 16h30-18h30 more balloon art from 11am-9pm.
Then, on Halloween day (Monday, October 31), 1-5 p.m. customers can come in costume to the restaurant to enjoy the festive art of balloons, face painting and tricks or treats!
In addition, on November 1 of 4pm-8pm and November 2 4pm-9pm guests can enjoy balloon art, face painting and a special performance by the Grammy Award winner, Mariachi Divaswhich occur frequently at the Disneyland Resort!
Crafts will also be available for kids and families to create themed souvenirs to take home and mark the Day of the Dead celebration!
Besides all the fun, Calaca Mamas will serve Atole– a Mexican drink that is traditionally served at Dia de Los Muertos celebrations in remembrance of those who have passed away.
The owners of the Day of the Dead-themed restaurant, Angela and Mariam El Haj, are second-generation restaurateurs with a passion for the food industry and a deep-rooted love for Mexican cuisine and culture. The sisters’ love of bringing families together while surrounded by delicious food culminated in the opening of Calaca Mamas Cantina, which celebrates central themes of family, comfort, fun and great Mexican-inspired cuisine. . Inside the restaurant, customers will find an ofrenda that further celebrates their love for family. To honor their Disneyland neighbor, a picture of Walt Disney can also be found in the ofrenda!