Matador Cantina to Celebrate Fifth Anniversary With Charity Fundraiser 

1932448_10152330492743817_1708493603_nMatador Cantina is pleased to announce its fifth anniversary fiesta Sunday, April 6. Scheduled from 2 to 6 pm, guests will enjoy complimentary appetizers from 2 to 4 pm, as well as live entertainment provided by flamenco trio Ostia throughout the celebration.

The celebration will benefit the Orange County chapter of Boys Hope Girls Hope with 20% of the days’ sales and 100% of proceeds from a silent auction to the organization. Items scheduled to be available in the silent auction include a biplane ride over Fullerton, an in-home pairing dinner for eight by Chef David Dennis, golf for four at Pelican Hill Golf Club, and many more.

“We are thrilled to celebrate this milestone,” said founder and owner Mario Marovic. “It’s been a great five years, and we’re looking forward to celebrating with our friends while supporting a fantastic charity in Boys Hope Girls Hope.”

Over the past five years, Matador Cantina has become Orange County’s premier destination for Mexican cuisine and refreshing handcrafted cocktails. The restaurant has racked up various acknowledgments including awarded “Best Mexican Food” by Golden Foodie Awards in 2013, “Best Dessert” by Golden Foodie Awards in 2012, Top 5 Best Mexican Restaurant five years in a row by OC HotList, “Best Taco Tuesday,” and “Best Happy Hour” by OC Weekly.

 

About Boys Hope Girls Hope

Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential by providing them with arms-around care, safe homes and environments, a first-class education, opportunities to learn more about themselves and the world, and academic, financial, and spiritual support through college. BHGH set high standards and give its scholars everything they will need to meet those standards. They empower children to overcome the obstacles–neighborhoods shattered by crime and poverty; families broken by economic hardship, death, and divorce; overcrowded and underperforming schools that threaten their potential, their futures, and their families’ futures. BHGH has chapters throughout the country, including Orange County. For more information, visitwww.boyshopegirlshope.org

 About Matador Cantina

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Founded in 2009, Matador Cantina is nestled in the heart of historic downtown Fullerton within the city’s oldest commercial building, built in 1899. The restaurant features modern Mexican cuisine by executive chef David Dennis, available for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Also, known for its libations, Matador Cantina offers a full menu of crafted cocktails, including an assortment of award-winning margaritas, full selection of Mexican and craft beer, as well as over 50 types of premium Tequilas and Mezcals. Lunch is served daily from 11am, dinner from 4pm, and brunch from 9am Saturday and Sunday. Matador Cantina features its award-winning Taco Tuesdayevery Tuesday from 2pm with fresh-grilled tacos and featured drink specials. Happy Hour is offered 2pm-7pm Monday – Friday. Open daily ‘til 2am. Matador Cantina is located at 111 North Harbor Blvd, Fullerton, CA. For reservations and info on special events and private bookings, call 714.871.8226 or visit www.thematador.com



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