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Cinco de Mayo Mission Inn Style

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With the backdrop of the lushly-landscaped patio of the historic Mission Inn in Riverside, Las Campanas, Restaurant & Cantina recently hosted a Cinco de Mayo celebration for its guests amid an assortment of flowering cacti, camellia trees, agave plants, fountains and waterfalls.

The 120-seat outdoor eatery and cantina offered a menu of innovative “south of the border” cuisine prepared by the hotel’s award-winning Executive Chef Victor Juarez, boasting such entree selections as red snapper Veracruzana simmered in diced tomatoes, garlic, capers, onions and black and green olives in a tequila sauce; grilled filet mignon served on a lightly-fried flour tortilla with grilled Anaheim chiles and Bermuda onion; and rotisserie chicken breast topped with an apricot chipotle sauce and served with rice, black beans and warm flour tortillas.

In addition to full bar service, guests enjoyed a wide array of specialty margaritas made to order from a selection of more than 30 premium tequilas and mescals.

During the grand opening of Las Campanas, Duane Roberts “Keeper” of the inn stated: “In keeping with the Mission Inn’s historic roots, we are delighted to announce the introduction of Las Campanas, our first Mexican-themed restaurant.”

Las Campanas Restaurant & Cantina is open Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. On Sundays, the restaurant will accommodate the overflow guests visiting the Mission Inn Restaurant for brunch. To make dinner or hotel reservations at the historic Mission Inn or for more information, call (909) 784-0300.

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