Macayo's Holiday Favorites make Holiday Planning Easy

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Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen has everything needed on your holiday to-do list to allow for more time to enjoy the splendor of the season.

The holiday season is full of planning family gatherings, gifts and office parties. This year, instead of getting lost in the holiday to-do list, leave the holiday traditions to Macayo’s. Offering banquets, catering, gift cards and special holiday menu items, Macayo’s is sure to have everything needed to scratch off the list and gives more time to enjoy the splendor of the season.

Planning an office party or an annual family get-together is made easy with Macayo’s Banquets and Catering. A variety of packages and party platters accommodates any size of holiday celebration and leaves the cooking to Macayo’s!

Macayo’s gift cards are the perfect stocking stuffer or a great gift for that “hard to buy for” person. A gift that keeps on giving, receive a $5 gift card for every $25 of gift cards purchased.

Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen is a great place to entertain out-of-town guests and Macayo’s seasonal menu items are sure to satisfy any holiday cravings. Share the Tamale appetizer ($6.99); bite-sized green chile and beef tamales and complete this holiday meal with the delectable Pumpkin Flan ($3.99). Dive further into the holiday spirit with a fresh White Cranberry Margarita ($8.79).

Stop in to any of Macayo’s 14 Arizona locations or visit to learn more about how Macayo’s can help to make this holiday season the best yet.

About Macayo's Mexican Kitchen

Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen began in 1946 when Woody and Victoria Johnson opened their first restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. Still family owned and locally-operated, today Macayo's has over 1,100 employees and 17 restaurants, including three in Las Vegas. With a focus on community involvement and fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine, Macayo’s has continued to serve homemade recipes and quality ingredients in a traditional family environment. To learn more or locate a Macayo’s near you, visit

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