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Come and join us for a Mexican themed tapas evening to celebrate The Day of the Dead!

This ritual of remembering the dead was started by the Aztecs some 3000 years ago, and when the Spanish arrived they couldn’t banish it and its rituals merged with elements of Christianity.

It was believed by the Aztecs that the dead were still members of the community, kept alive in memory and spirit—and during Día de los Muertos, they temporarily returned to Earth.

Today, it is a national holiday in Mexico when families gather at the graves of their loved ones and leave offerings of their favourite foods and marigold flowers to demonstrate love and respect to the deceased.

Here are our offerings for the evening!