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La Loma Hosts One Last Cinco de Mayo in Jefferson Park

There is still time to experience this staple at its old time location

La Loma
La Loma
Adam Larkey

A four decade old institution of Jefferson Park, La Loma is taking longer than previously anticipated for its move and expansion. The Tex-Mex restaurant will remain open until mid-May for one last Cinco de Mayo fiesta before leaving its original location at 2527 West 26th Avenue.

This Cinco de Mayo, La Loma will bring drinks like the Mexi-Flag Marg made with three frozen layers of the signature house strawberry margarita with the original house flavor following, all topped with a float of Midori melon liquor. Barrel-aged Don Julio tequila shots are also available for $6.

"Cinco de Mayo and the month of May is a great opportunity for us to visit and celebrate our history with our regulars as well as new customers," said owner Mark Brinkerhoff.

La Loma is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Three new locations, two in Denver and one in Castle Rock, are scheduled to open in the next two years.

La Loma

2527 W 26th Ave, Denver, CO 80211 (303) 433-8300 Visit Website

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