With The Foundry in the middle of an overhaul and Chef Eric Greenspan’s neighboring grilled cheese operative still under construction, the only place that Angelenos can get a piece of his comforting cooking is ironically in the middle of one of the best 360 degree views of the entire city. What better occasion than Independence Day to take advantage of not only the views but an affordable all-you-can-eat extravaganza?
In celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day tomorrow, Malo in Silver Lake will be featuring specials both at the bar and for dinner. The limited edition menu is a great occasion to celebrate Mexico’s independence with some unique cocktails – or, if you prefer, beer and tequila and special dishes created just for the night.
If are vegetarian or have vegetarian friends, this is also a great spot. Get the chewy or regular chips to dip in all of their delicious salsas and their special-to-tomorrow “Ghost Chile” salsaÂ to startÂ – great for everyone. Then finish off with some refried bean tostadas or braised beef with chile and cotija cheese. The crabmeat dish also sounds rather divine!
Check below for the full menu:
Can of Tecate with a shot of Milagro Silver $6
El Grito de Delores (The Battle)
Strawberry Mint Margarita $11
La Guerra (The Figther)
Cactus Prickly Pear Margarita $12
â€˜Ghost Chileâ€™ Salsa and chips. Made from the Bhut Jolokia, (the hottest pepper in the world) with Grilled Tomatoes and Roast Garlic. $4
Mini Refried Black Bean Tostadas with Pico de Gallo and Tomatillo Crema (2) $5
Vegetarian Mashed Black Beans on Crispy Corn Tortilla Shells. $5
Beef Machaca Hard Shell Tacos with Salsa de Chile Chipotle Morita (2). $7
Braised Beef Cooked with Chile and Spices, then Shredded. With Cotija Cheese. $7
Red Chile Crab Salpicon on Cucumber Cups with Fresh Habanero Salsa (4). $10
Crabmeat mixed with chopped Chile, Cilantro, Lime Juice, and Escabeche Carrot. $10