SAN ANTONIO, TX, November 13, 2012 — Iron Cactus Mexican Grill & Margarita Bar at the Riverwalk is holding its annual Holiday River Parade and Lighting Ceremony dinner on Friday, November 23rd at 7 p.m. Reservations for the special three-course dinner are $65 for adults and $35 for children (ages 3-12) if made prior to November 23rd. Prices increase by $10 for on November 23rd.
“The Holiday River Parade and Lighting Ceremony is an annual tradition in San Antonio that attracts many locals and tourists from all over the country and it gets really crowded,” said Gary Manley, General Partner at Iron Cactus. “Our dinner event offers guests great views of the parade while they enjoy a delicious chef-inspired three-course dinner. Whether you’re a family with children, a couple on a romantic dinner date or friends celebrating Thanksgiving weekend, reserving a table at Iron Cactus for the Lighting of the River Parade will make the experience more enjoyable.”
The three-course menu features a choice of appetizers including Shrimp and Avocado Cocktail, Chicken Fried Pork Tamales and Chicken Flautas; a choice of entreé including Grilled Portabella with Pineapple Salsa, Patron Ribeye, Pollo Flameado and Pescado Del Sol; and a dessert sampler including mini-portions of Milk Chocolate Mousse, Banana Fudge Empanadas and Traditional Tres Leches.
For 30 years, the annual Holiday River Parade and Lighting Ceremony at San Antonio’s Riverwalk has brought illuminated floats with celebrities, bands and lavishly-costumed participants. Olympic swimmer and silver medalist at the recent London Olympics , Jimmy Feigen, acts as grand marshal for this year’s parade.
Early reservations are encouraged to ensure a great view of the parade. Guests with reservations may arrive as early as 5 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling Iron Cactus Riverwalk at (210) 224-9835. The restaurant is located at 200 River Walk, Suite 100. It is directly underneath the Aztec Theatre.
About Iron Cactus Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar
Iron Cactus serves award-winning Mexican dishes and premium hand-crafted margaritas. The original restaurant opened on historic 6th Street in downtown Austin in 1996. Since then, Iron Cactus has grown to five locations including restaurants in Dallas and San Antonio, and two additional Austin locations. For the latest restaurant updates, “like” Iron Cactus on Facebook at http://facebook.com/ironcactusfan or follow on Twitter at http://twitter.com/iron_cactus.