La Semana Santa / Easter

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Semana Santa, or Holy Week, and Domingo de Pascua, or Easter Sunday, will be here soon and you’ll be celebrating with family and friends. Easter is a very important, special time of celebration and valuable traditions. Many of our traditions include food and we invite you to come celebrate with us this Pascua! We welcome you to come for Pascua …

Prospero Ano y Felicidad!

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The Mexican culture is one that is steeped in rich traditions and delectable cuisines that permeate celebrations year-round. Much like the traditions in American popular culture, the celebration of the Mexican New Year has many traditions to mark its passing. The Mexican culture uses particular colors to celebrate New Years. Decorations tend to feature certain colors that are symbolic. Red …

La Navidad

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Mexican Christmas traditions begin December 16 and end in February. At Mattitos, we can celebrate right along with you by providing for all your catering and party facility needs. Las Posadas Las Posadas is a nine-day long celebration beginning December 16. It commemorates Mary and Joseph’s search for “posada” or shelter in Bethlehem. Each evening, a procession led by Mary, …

Thanksgiving Alternatives

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Thanksgiving is a time for families to get together and enjoy their time with each other. Unfortunately, there are some families who do not get to enjoy a “normal” Thanksgiving together. In today’s busy world, work may get in the way or scheduling conflicts arise. Even worse, a family may be torn apart from past arguments. For those families, they …

Dia de Los Muertos

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Dia de Los Muertos Despite its sinister-sounding name, Dia de Los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is actually an occasion for celebration in the Mexican culture, with roots going back to pagan traditions that are thousands of years old. Essentially, Dia de Los Muertos is an annual occasion for Mexican families to remember loved ones who have passed …

Cinco de Mayo!

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Celebración! Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is known to most people as the day that Mexico was freed. But to Texans, it is a celebratory holiday to enjoy Mexican cuisine, drinks, good people, and a great party! What better place to have fun this upcoming Cinco de Mayo than at Mattito’s!

Happy Thanksgiving from Mattito’s!

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Just a reminder that all Mattito’s locations are closed today for Thanksgiving fun with our families, but we’ll be open again tomorrow! Thank you for your business and Happy Thanksgiving!