√NEW - Metroland Magazine (Capital Region's arts and entertainment weekly) has declared Jose Malone's Margaritas the BEST in the Region!!!click here for details " BEST RIBS IN THE CAPITAL REGION" from Metroland Magazine! Hudson Valley Magazine has proclaimed Jose Malone's Margaritas - the Best In The Hudson Valley!
Jose Malone's Menu Jose Malone's is now open on Sundays!
New Things coming to Jose Malone's
Tuesday - Mexican Fiesta Night with innovative Mexican street style tacos and margarita specials.
Latin Night at Jose Malone's
cover charge Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia and more! Saturdays starting at 10 PM
Jose Malone's next Bluegrass Jam:
December 16 2014 7 pm What is a Bluegrass Jam? Bluegrass musicians from the area informally get together to play music - So bring an instrument and sign up with Peggy
New Year's Eve Celebration with Alex Torres and his Latin Orchestra info
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Menu and Prices Subject to Change without Notice. We change our menu frequently. Website menu may not be accurate but will indicate the types of food we do.
Hours: We are open Tuesday through Sunday.
Dinner Tuesday-Sunday From 4 PM.
The Pub/Tequileria stays open after the kitchen closes!
The Irish, often in the form of missionaries were arriving in Mexico during the earliest of the colonial times. The Mexican Irish connection was strengthened around the time of the Irish Famine. Many Irish were coming to America. These mostly poor Irish Catholics were offered citizenship if they joined the US Army. Soon these Irish soldiers were sent to the Mexican American War. They were being abused by the officers who were mostly Protestant and the last straw was when some of the Irish soldiers were whipped for attending a Catholic service at a Mexican church. A whole brigade of Irish defected over to the Mexican side. They are honored in Mexico to this day. There is a theory, that Zorro was really an Irishman, here is the link for this amazing information: http://home.earthlink.net/%7Erggsibiba/html/sib/sib6.html
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