La Fogata Celebrates the Holidays with 12 Spirits of the Season

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La Fogata announces their holiday specials for December.

La Fogata will feature a variety of holiday specials throughout the month of December, including their 12 spirits of the season.

La Fogata’s 12 spirits of the season includes Santa Sangria Rita, Poinsettia Rita, Prickly Pear Rita, Red Nosed Rudolph, Prancer’s Peach, The Happy Elf, Rooftop Raspberry, Have Yourself a Berry Christmas, The Grinch, Away in Mango, Blue Blitzen and Feliz Navidad. There’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than with one of these drinks!

The featured tequila for this month is Patron. La Fogata will also be serving a Feliz Navidad Margarita, which includes Patron silver tequila, Patron citronage, Gran Marnier, fresh lime juice and sweet n’ sour mix. The featured entrée of the month will be tamales wrap on a banana leaf along with a traditional drink from Mexico called Champurrado. This drink is made with milk, chocolate, sugar, cinnamon and cornmeal and is served hot.

Located at 2427 Vance Jackson Rd., San Antonio, TX 78213, La Fogata is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal with friends and family, celebrate a special event or simply taste an award-winning margarita. For more information about La Fogata, visit their website at http://lafogatatx.com/.

About the company:
La Fogata brings San Antonio and the surrounding area the traditional flavors of Mexican cuisine with old world recipes handed down from generation to generation. La Fogata is a great place to stop in for lunch or dinner, for catering and even for throwing a party in one of their party rooms. Known for their award-winning margaritas, the best salsa, their outdoor dining and live Mariachi music, La Fogata is one unforgettable Mexican restaurant. They pride themselves on offering only the highest quality Mexican cuisine in a lively, upbeat atmosphere to give their patrons an exceptional dining experience time and time again. To learn more, visit their website: http://lafogatatx.com/.

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