Mexican Birthday Dinner

Last night Ryan and I headed out to meet up with our friends at Mucho Tequila and Tacos, a new restaurant in downtown Orlando to celebrate our friend Merri’s birthday.

Celebrating a Birthday

The Boys

We were one of the first ones there and ordered a bucket of Presidente Light beer to share. I typically stick to my favorite (Miller Lite) when I drink beer, but this was pretty good! It was a great compliment to the copius amounts of chips and salsa we ate before and during dinner.  

All Smiles

Enjoying Some Drinks

Me, Laurel and Kaitlyn

I was pretty full on beer and chips and salsa by the time our dinner was served.

Ryan and I shared a Mucho Mexi Burger with sweet potato fries.

Mexi Burger with Sweet Potato Fries

The burger was only okay but the sweet potato fries were fantastic! We gobbled them up in no time!

Overall the experience at Mucho was great! I would definitely go back to enjoy some more chips and salsa, but I think I would order the fajitas or tacos as my entree next time.

Today will be a relaxing day. We’re going to run some errands, clean the apartment, do laundry and may take Sadie hiking on some trails.

Enjoy your Sunday!

4 Responses

  1. That is so fun that all of your friends have significant others – you are lucky! Alot of mine don’t and are hesitant to go out with a group and feel like a 3rd wheel.

  2. The sweet potato fries do look amazing. Looks like a great celebration 🙂

  3. Fun times…this is random but you have GORGEOUS hair!

  4. mmmmm looks SO good and I agree with jess! So fun tht your friends all have significant others…its pretty all spread out with my girlffriends, some single some attached-looks SO GOOD!

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