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Vaya Con Diablitos

¡Vaya con Diablitos! Four Course Gourmet Dinner 6:30pm  |  June 29, 2016 ATTN: New Date! June 29th! 1- Guacamole 3 Ways Traditional, Black Bean and Corn, Fire-Roasted Tomato 2- Southwestern Chicken Salad Fajita Chicken, Fire-Roasted Corn, Black Beans, Tomato 3 – Mango Mahi Mahi Serrano-glazed Mahi Mahi, Mango Salsa and Gallo Pinto 4 – Flan con Bayas Flan topped with Fresh Berries Purchase your tickets today!   Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading… Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.  

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St. Patrick’s Day in Midtown St. Louis

At Diablitos, we are little devils. So, we love St. Patrick’s Day. Come celebrate with us by enjoying GREEN burritos and quesadillas, made with festive spinach tortillas!

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Flamenco Brunch Sundays!

Now Serving Brunch ALL DAY on Sundays! With Flamenco Guitar from Lliam Christy El Rasguño! Only $5 per item! All day Sunday!   Bloody Maries Breakfast Burritos Huevos Rancheros Mimosas

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Cinco de Mayo!

Cinco de Mayo Celebration MAY 5, 2015! • LIVE DJ from 6pm-10pm • The Infamous Chicken Drop! What the heck is a Chicken Drop? The Chicken Drop is a fun event where people buy numbers on a board to see if a chicken in a ring poops on it.  If the chicken poops on your number…you win! The stage for the Chicken Drop is an enclosed grid marked with numbers.  Tickets are sold for each square and then the Drop begins! One person is chosen to toss the chicken in, but first they must move it in a circle three times, raise its tail

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Diablitos celebrates Cinco de Mayo with a Two-Day Fiesta

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Diablitos Cantina 3761 Laclede Avenue Saint Louis, MO  63108 www.diablitoscantina.com (314) 644-4430   Diablitos celebrates Cinco de Mayo with a Two-Day Fiesta   Saint Louis, MO (April 25, 2012) – Diablitos, an authentic Mexican Cantina offering “spirits and sustenance”, is gearing up for their FIRST ANNUAL CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION. This two-day fiesta will be Friday May 4 and Saturday May 5.  With the largest tequila selection in the city, Diablitos will be the PREMIERE party-spot this Cinco de Mayo.  Come celebrate where the little devils come to play! Doors open at 11am on Friday, with

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Feast: THE FEED: Now Open: A Look at the New Diablitos Cantina

THE FEED: Now Open: A Look at the New Diablitos Cantina FEAST Staff Photography by Brandi Wills Dec 16, 2011 Diablitos Cantina opens its doors today near the St. Louis University campus, and we dropped by a preview party last night to sample some of the house cocktails, infused tequilas and modern Mexican street fare. Opening at 4pm today, the restaurant comes from Gupreet Padda and Ami Grimes, the owners of Chuy Arzola’s, Sanctuaria Wild Tapas and Cathedral Square Brewery. They say they went through 200 to 300 recipes to get exactly what they wanted on the Diablitos menu and

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Gurpreet Padda & Ami Grimes Transform Midtown Iggy’s Into Diablitos Cantina (those little devils)

Gurpreet Padda & Ami Grimes Transform Midtown Iggy’s Into Diablitos Cantina (those little devils) By George Mahe September 5, 2011 7:50 AM Last time we checked in with Dr. Gurpreet Padda and Ami Grimes, owners and developers of Cafe Ventana,Sanctuaria, and Chuy Arzola’s, they were moving the latter from 3701 Lindell (at The Coronado) to the former Iggy’s location at 3761 Laclede in Midtown. We should check in more often… Chuy’s was scheduled to close last week–it’s still open–and the new “Chuy’s” is not Chuy’s at all. Quietly and–until the tarps were lifted to reveal the building facade–clandestinely, they have been putting the final touches

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RFT 2013 Best Of Saint Louis – Best Margarita

Diablitos Cantina received the RFT 2013 Best Of Saint Louis Award for Best Margarita! BEST OF ST. LOUIS 2013 FOOD & DRINK Best Margarita Diablitos Cantina There’s no shortage of decent margaritas around town, but how many of them use housemade tequila infusions? The “Margarita de Casa” is made with Aqui Vamos tequila, lime juice, orange juice, housemade simple syrup and triple sec — go ahead and get a pitcher. The original marg can also be made with any of Diablitos’ three infused tequilas: coffee, tea and cinnamon; mango, pineapple and orange; or cucumber, jalapeño and hibiscus. The “Tamarindo” margarita adds a

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