The Legends Behind Popular Tequila Brands

Tequila has a much richer history than many people realize. Alcohol has been distilled from the agave plant since 1000 BC and the major tequila brands started in the 1700s. Since its origins, the drink has been the subject of many tales. Here are a few of the most interesting legends and myths about tequila … Continue reading “The Legends Behind Popular Tequila Brands”

Why Menudo is the Best Hangover Food

After a night of drinking, you may wake up with a horrible hangover. Over time, many people have attempted to cure their hangovers with various home remedies and different types of food. One of the best hangover foods for you to try is menudo. The soup has long been considered a folk remedy for the … Continue reading “Why Menudo is the Best Hangover Food”

All About Classic and Flavored Margaritas

Who doesn’t love margaritas? This mixture of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice is the perfect combination of tart and sweet. While it is currently one of the most popular alcoholic beverages, it is a relative latecomer to the cocktail o. There are many stories of how it came to be, but it is generally … Continue reading “All About Classic and Flavored Margaritas”

The History of Enchiladas

Enchiladas are a traditional Mexican dish with a unique flavor and a very long history. Their delicious taste has made them a popular menu item at many Mexican restaurants. With the perfect combination of tortilla, meat, cheese, and sauce, enchiladas have become a symbol of a traditional Mexican meal. At Guads, you can enjoy this … Continue reading “The History of Enchiladas”

What Are Molcajetes?

“Molcajete” is the Spanish word for mortar and pestle. The name itself comes from the Aztec words meaning “seasoning” and “bowl.” However, traditional molcajetes are slightly different than your average mortar and pestle. These tools are made out of volcanic rock. Their hard, rough surface makes blending and mixing easier and also ensures you get … Continue reading “What Are Molcajetes?”

Most Popular Mexican Food Dishes

Mexican cuisine is one of the most beloved and popular cuisines in the world. Mexican food has a rich history and has been influenced by a variety of different ethnic groups. Originating with the Mayans and Aztecs, this cuisine initially featured native foods like peanuts, vanilla, beans, coconuts, tomatoes, corn, and chili peppers. Over the … Continue reading “Most Popular Mexican Food Dishes”

Different Types of Chimichangas

Chimichangas are a classic dish at Mexican restaurants. Their brown and crispy shells paired with delicious meat and veggies make them a Mexican food favorite. This dish is even thought to have originated right here in Tucson, so our city has a special connection to these deep-fried burritos. Here at Guadalajara’s Grill & Tequila Bar, … Continue reading “Different Types of Chimichangas”

The Origin of Tequila

Tequila is one of the more popular types of liquor and makes a perfect pairing for Mexican food. Whether you drink straight shots with salt and lime or you enjoy a fruity frozen margarita, this type of mezcal has a distinct taste that you are sure to remember. Not many people know much about the … Continue reading “The Origin of Tequila”

Ingredients for the Perfect Guacamole

Guacamole is a great pairing for just about any type of Mexican food. Its creamy texture and delicious flavor complement the spice of many dishes. You can even enjoy it as an appetizer with warm and crispy tortilla chips. We use only the freshest ingredients to make our delicious guacamole.  Ripe Avocados Avocados are the … Continue reading “Ingredients for the Perfect Guacamole”

Most Popular Mariscos Dishes

Mariscos (the Spanish word for seafood/shellfish) is a classic type of Mexican food. Even in Tucson, you can experience the delicious flavors of the sea at Guadalajara’s Grill & Tequila Bar. We offer a wide selection of Mexican seafood to satisfy your cravings. Our dishes range from authentic to innovative, so you are sure to … Continue reading “Most Popular Mariscos Dishes”