Viva Villa at Market Square Celebrates Galentine’s Day

Wednesday 06th, February 2019 / 18:08 Written by
Viva Villa at Market Square Celebrates Galentine’s Day

 Celebrate Galentine’s Day at Viva Villa at Market Square on Feb 14th

It’s all about celebrating the ladies!  Grab your favorite gal pals for Galentine’s Day, a twist on traditional Valentine’s Day, where women are invited to spend time together and leave the guys at home.

Galentine’s Day will be a night of fabulous food, drink, and entertainment to be held on Thursday, February 14   from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. at Viva Villa Restaurant.

A ticket to this evening costs $52.50 which includes milkshakes by HoneySuckle Tea Time, a complimentary cocktail by Mar Azul, drink specials with Codigo Tequila including a specialty cocktail, “La Rosa”, made with a unique & tasty blush tequila, a painting class with Cristina Noriega, music by DJ Celina Jenee, a Meet & Greet with local influencer Marisa, of MexiMoments, and an array of Viva Villa’s signature small bites inspired & created by our favorite lady chef, Chef Cariño Cortez.  Also, guests will be wowed by the chance to win raffle prizes and gift baskets by Benefit Cosmetics and Macy’s. Lastly, the first 25 people will receive a goodie bag from MexiMoments.

Celebrate Galentine's Day

Celebrate Galentine's Day

What: Galentine’s Day

When: Thursday, February 14   6:00 – 8:30 PM

Where: Viva Villa Restaurant, 905 Dolorosa

For more information on this event, visit or\vivavillasa.

About Viva Villa

Chef Cariño Cortez’s contemporary interpretations of classic Mexican street food bring bright, fresh flavors to Market Square. Her unique menu includes a tempting array of tacos, cazuelas (stew-like fillings served with house-made tortillas on the side), cochinita pibil (classic Yucatán pork in achiote sauce), inspired salads, comforting caldos, and more. Celebrate with craft beers, wine, frozen sangria, and agave wine margaritas.

For breakfast, lunch and dinner, revolutionary comida in Market Square!

About La Familia Cortez

La Familia Cortez Restaurants began when founder and family patriarch Pedro Cortez purchased a fledgling café in San Antonio’s Market Square for $150. With family recipes and a dedication to customer service, he and his wife Cruz worked side-by-side to make the venture a success. That humble beginning planted a seed that has grown into some of the most iconic restaurants in San Antonio, as well as the cornerstone of the city’s Historic Market Square and the heartbeat of Latino culture in the Alamo City.

Each week the restaurants that make up La Familia Cortez, Mi Tierra Café y Panadería, La Margarita Restaurant & Oyster Bar, Restaurante Pico de Gallo, Mariachi Bar and Viva Villa Taqueria, serve almost 40,000 guests.

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