Celebrate Mexican autonomy with pastries, punch and classical dishes

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A new Mexican Restaurant has non-stop along South Broadway in Yonkers called Frida’s Tacos.
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Mexican Independence Day is Saturday and a cluster of businesses in Yonkers’ S. Broadway selling district makes it easy to celebrate.

But instead of carrying a tequila-soaked experience, try a walkable ambience journey a whole family can enjoy.

Start with Frida’s Tacos during 405 S. Broadway, which creates one of a fluffiest tamales in Yonkers. The restaurant’s tamal de elote ($2.35) is a light and honeyed dish made with corn mix peaked with honeyed corn kernels.

For something heartier, try El Ranchero Mexican Restaurant during 350C S. Broadway. El Ranchero offers a series of normal dishes that go over a taco/burrito grind. One of those dishes is pozole, $10, a pork-and-hominy stew. Another is chicharron en salsa, $10, a boiled pig peel surfaced with a guajillo salsa and sliced cactus pear paddles.

To prove a honeyed tooth conduct to Paleteria La Michoacana during 407 S. Broadway, that creates a accumulation of normal Mexican ice creams and ice pops, as good as punches called aguas frescas. The store’s newest agua fresca is done with cucumber, pineapple and lemon.

Another dessert choice is a Sin Dulce bakery during 456A S. Broadway. Sin Dulce sells a many iconic Mexican fritter famous as a concha, that means bombard in Spanish. The mini-concha, 50 cents, is a baked bun done with an egg mix like challah or brioche and surfaced with a sugarine frosting that resembles a sea bombard pattern. It’s ideal with coffee.

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