Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 through October 15, 2018. Check out the events, businesses, and restaurants where you can celebrate and support Hispanic Americans and their enrichment of our culture, specifically in Minneapolis.
¡Apoya a tu cultura hispana local este mes y mantén el hábito durante todo el año!
Support your local Hispanic culture this month and carry the habit throughout your year!
Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio
Artwork with a focus on social justic created by Ricardo Levins Morales over years to encourage the laughter, hope, love and anger that move us toward a better world. The shop also produces custom buttons at bulk prices – your design or ours!
Electric Machete Studios
Twin Cities artist-run art & music collective production house featuring the work of Latinx and Xicanx artists Indigenous to las Ámericas.
Mercado Central: houses 35 businesses from all across Mexico, Central and South American including shops and eats!
• Food: 11 restaurants with authentic Mexican food and flavors
• Shopping: 16 shops with traditional and daily use products
Zinnia Folk Arts of Mexico
Collections of authentic Mexican gifts and jewelry
Food & Drink
Adelita’s Mexican Restaurant: Mexican cuisine
Café Ena: Pan-Latin cuisine
Centro at Popol Vuh: Casual Mexican cuisine
Chimborazo: Ecuadorian and Andean foods
Cocina Latina: Ecuadorian, Colombian and Mexican specialties
Conga Latin Bistro: Latin American cuisine
Costa Blanca Bistro: Spanish cuisine
El Taco Riendo: Mexican staples
El Nuevo Rodeo: Mexican cuisine
Hambuergesas el Gordo: Authentic street tacos and burgers with northern flavor
La Alborada: Mexican restaurant and market
La Colonia Restaurant: Colombian and Ecuadorian dishes/cuisine
La Doña Cervecería: a unique brewery, taproom and entertainment space fusing Latin culture and The North (Minnesota!) - opening October 2018!
La Fresca: Authentic Mexican Nouveau cuisine
La Loma Tamales: Caterer and business that specializes in tamales
Los Andes Restaurant: Ecuadorian, Peruvian and Colombian cuisine
Los Ocampo: Mexican cuisine
Manny’s Tortas: Traditional Mexican cuisine (Mercado Central and Midtown Global Market)
Marissa’s Supermarket: Mexican market and bakery
Martina: Modern Argentinian cuisine
Maya Cuisine: Mexican cuisine
Midtown Global Market: internationally-themed public market featuring various stops for Hispanic cuisine
Nico’s Taco & Tequila Bar: Authentic street tacos
Pancho Villa: Authentic Latin-American cuisine
Popol Vuh: Elevated Mexican cuisine
Rincon 38: Spanish cuisine
Taco Taxi: Mexican dishes/cuisine, Jalisco-style
Tinto Kitchen: Latin inspired cuisine
Victor’s 1959 Café: Cuban café