When Sin Vida opened its doors a few short months ago, savvy lovers of Mexican culture and tradition likely marked the end of October and beginning of November in their diaries. A restaurant dedicated to dia de los muertos — or the day of the dead — is certainly going to deliver when the event rolls around, aren’t they?
The answer, of course, is yes — as anyone who has checked out the Valley hotspot could’ve guessed. To mark the globally recognised occasion that springs from ancient pre-Columbian times, was developed by the Aztecs and then merged with Christian beliefs by the Spanish conquistadors, they’re throwing one heck of a party.
Sugar skull face painting and live entertainment are on the menu, but the real drawcard here are the themed food and drink menus themselves. Grab three friends and enjoy a banquet full of tacos, empanadas, quesadillas, principales, ensalada and more, then take your pick from three tequila and mezcal options.