El Camino Cantina Halloween & Day of the Dead Fiestas!

From the archives: This post is from our original site, MyCityLife, back on 4 October 2019

What’s better than a margarita? A frozen margarita…. And for $79 you can get 2 WHOLE HOURS of frozen margaritas and a tex-mex feast at El Camino’s Halloween Fiesta!

El Camino Cantina at Bowen Hills is serving up a selection of all the best tex-mex eats with buffalo wings, fajitas, nachos, and churros all on the menu as well as two hours of margaritas, wine, beer, and soft drinks. Pre-book to get your sugar fix with lollies on arrival and take part in some trick-or-treating or the lucky dip (you never know what prizes you could win). There will even be a giant Halloween piñata you can have a crack at, that will explode with candy and chocolate for all!

Come done up in your deadliest dress-ups for your chance to win a $50 restaurant voucher. El Camino Cantina’s Spook-tacular margarita of the month will be on offer for just $7.50 all day, on Thursday October 31.

The refreshing margarita is a blend of peach, triple sec and tequila, and comes topped with creepy Halloween lollies. They’re also planning on celebrating Day of the Dead, Mexico’s annual holiday remembering the spirits of the deceased, on Saturday November 2. You’ll be able to get a devilish make-over with free face-painting by Bewitched Faces, from 6pm to 9pm, all while enjoying $10 XO Patrón Cafe shots.

For the brave souls who think they can handle the hellish heat of the chilli-eating competition, all you gotta do is be the first contestant to eat five different chillies to take out the championship and win a $50 bar voucher.

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Penelope Cramb
In 1999 I attended Livid Festival as a tiny teen, my love of music, festivals, arts and culture grew from that momentous moment. As much as I enjoy a gig, I dig getting out of town and escaping into nature exploring secret beaches and waterfalls. I decided at some point that I better get onto that Uni degree, hey? I lived in Freo for several years then came back to my hometown to attend QUT to get that BA in Media & Communications. Can catch me procrasta-cleaning, finding the perfectly ripe avo at the markets or laughing enthusiastically at the slightest of amusement. 


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