Día de Los Muertos

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Join us on Saturday, November 2nd for a special Día de Muertos party featuring band Luna Itzel! From 7 pm until midnight, we’ll be hosting a family-style dinner with live music, an open bar, special tastings, and plenty of entertainment. We will also be broadcasting the Canelo Álvarez vs Sergey Kovalev fight!


Sit indoors or outside at our pop-up beach lounge to enjoy traditional Mexican dishes with a Día de Muertos theme. Sip on margaritas, Palomas, and domestic beer at our open bar, sample Mexico’s finest tequila at the Avión tequila cart, or find mezcal-infused sweets at the dessert bar on the beach, complete with beachside bonfires and plenty of seating.


Listen to live music by Luna Itzel while you capture the moment in our photo booth, watch talented performers, and enjoy specialty cigars at our cigar bar on the beach. Win special giveaways throughout the night or simply enjoy the moment by our bonfires and altars. Candles, papel picado, flowers, and lights will be sprinkled throughout the venue, making Casa Calavera the perfect place to celebrate the famous Mexican holiday.

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Día de Muertos

A tradition dating back as far as 1000 BCE, Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a celebration of the lives and the return from the spirit world of those who have passed away. On November 1 and 2 each year, families visit cemeteries to build ofrendas (altars) filled with photos, possessions, food, and beverages to encourage their loved ones to visit the land of the living once more. Calaveras (sugar skulls) are common among the altars, along with pan de muerto (bread of the dead) and papel picado (cut, colorful paper decorations). November 1 (Día de los Inocentes) focuses on the children who have passed away, while November 2 is for the adults who have passed. Traditions can vary by region, including dressing as deceased family members, spending all night near the altars, and visiting homes of other families where small candles are exchanged for tamales to show respect for recently departed family members.

We can’t wait to see you there! Take a look at the post below for a preview of last year’s event.