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El Pinto Restaurant in New Mexico will be opening early at 10 a.m. on Easter Sunday and welcomes families to enjoy Easter egg hunts, crafts and a visit by the Easter Bunny.
Albuquerque, New Mexico (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Albuquerque's Famous El Pinto Restaurant in New Mexico welcomes families this Easter Sunday for free Easter egg hunts, prizes and a special visit by the Easter Bunny. El Pinto Restaurant will open early at 10:00 a.m. on Easter Sunday. Family activities are free for restaurant guests.
“El Pinto is the spot for great family gatherings, ” said Salsa Twin John Thomas, El Pinto co-owner. Twin brother Jim Thomas continues, “Come enjoy Easter Sunday Brunch with us. The Easter Bunny will be with us snacking on some of our fresh carrots, lettuce, and tasty green chile.”
El Pinto Restaurant in New Mexico will open early Easter Sunday at 10 a.m. to allow families to enjoy Brunch before the 11:30 a.m. hunt in the park at El Pinto for kids ten years of age and under. Arrive to be seated by noon for the 1:30 p.m. hunt in the park. Kids will enjoy searching for more than 300 eggs filled with treats and candy, a craft table, balloons, prizes, and of course the Easter Bunny. A special area for kids under 4 will be set aside to allow the little ones to find their fair share of candy filled eggs.
Over the past 50 years El Pinto Restaurant has grown from a few tables in one room started by John and Jim Thomas' parents, to become the most famous restaurant in New Mexico. Serving the best in healthy New Mexican food from traditional recipes from grandmother Josephina Chavez-Griggs, El Pinto is the spot that locals and tourists alike seek out for fresh New Mexican cuisine.
About El Pinto Restaurant & Cantina:
Established 50-years ago, El Pinto is a quintessential icon for New Mexican cuisine. Conveniently located in the North Valley of Albuquerque just off I-25, the serene patios located under beautiful cottonwood trees provide an iconic experience. El Pinto is known nationally for its fire-roasted green chile and fresh flavorful salsa distributed across the nation in local grocery stores. The salsa and green chile factory is located on the same grounds as the restaurant. For an authentic taste of New Mexico, visit El Pinto for its iconic food, traditional margaritas, and award-winning chile. http://www.elpinto.com
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