Healthy AND Tasty Mexican Food – Dreams Really Do Come True!

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Keeping your annual New Year’s resolution to eat healthier has never been so easy. Did you know that Sombrero’s offers more than ten Healthy Dining Finder approved meal options? Sombrero is proud to partner with Healthy Dining Finder, the leading restaurant nutrition services provider in the world. All of our “healthy choices” meet the strict Healthy Dining Finder criteria that includes: Entrées (or full meals) must include at least two of the following: Fruits .

The Burrito Deal is back!

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It’s that time of year again! The Burrito Deal has arrived with your choice of chicken, fish, veggie, chile relleno or chorizo with egg. There’s a different Burrito Deal for every taste – get yours for just $6.50, including chips and a small drink, for a limited time!  

Seasons Greetings from San Diego

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Tired of spending your precious holiday time waiting in line at the store to purchase presents that will inevitably be returned? Make it easy on yourself and give the gift of Sombrero Mexican Food this season. We’ve made it a stress-free and simple process; just purchase your Sombrero Dinero card in any store.      And with all of the time we have saved you, here are some uniquely San Diego holiday events to .

Spice Up the Holidays with The Tamale Tradition

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**LIMITED TIME OFFER** For generations, (Latin-American) families have gathered during the holidays to share in the festive tradition of making tamales. And although the source of this merry practice is unknown, the history of tamales can be traced back thousands of years to the early Mayan and Aztec civilizations. Tamales were a convenient, portable and sustainable meal that could be made ahead of time and taken into battle for the ever expanding empires of .

Go Big Or Go Home!

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For over 30 years we have been the home of the Original Special Burrito. Filled to the brim with your choice of beef or chicken, beans, rice and lettuce and covered in our signature enchilada sauce and cheese, this Sombrero favorite has been the source of many imitations, but none can compare to the original. What sets ours apart is our Signature Savory Enchilada sauce. The sauce name does not do it justice, as .

Sail Away with Sombrero Giveaway

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Win a trip to Mexico with Sombrero Club! It’s the 3rd Anniversary of our Sombrero Club and this year we’re sending two loyal fans on a trip to the birthplace of our beloved cuisine……. MEXICO!!! New and seasoned Sombrero Club members will have a chance to Sail Away on a three-day Carnival cruise to Ensenada and receive a $100 Visa Gift Card and $50 Sombrero Dinero Card. While aboard, you’ll enjoy the best dining .

The Tailgate Taco Feast – For The Love Of Football

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**LIMITED TIME OFFER** It’s that time of year again – football season has returned! After months of anticipation and suffering through inferior sports to pass the time (cricket, anyone?), we can finally refocus our attention to Thursday, Sunday & Monday Night Football. Whether you’re supporting our beloved San Diego Chargers or another team, our common love of the game bonds us all. In the spirit of the season, we’ve created the Tailgate Taco Feast .

Free Family Fun Month in San Diego

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  August is Family Fun Month here in San Diego, and what’s not to love? A vacation spot for some, but a home to many. With so many activities and beaches to enjoy, what would make the best free family fun month? We’ve come up with a few ideas and we’re sharing them with you!   Go on a Hike!  San Diego has so many places to hike and a lot of them are .

The Story of Chile Verde

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This month we are featuring our signature Chile Verde at Sombrero. And a lot of our customers want to know, what exactly is Chile Verde? Well, “Chile Verde” is actually a green chile. However, the dish of Chile Verde refers to a Mexican stew made with green chiles. Originated in Northern Mexico, the dish was originally made with pork, but is now made with a variety of different meats depending on preference. At Sombrero, .