Badgers? We don't need no stinking badgers! Wait… is that right? Moving on from the failed movie quotations, last night saw yet another awesome installment of the epic drama/adventure/zomromcom that is Yelp Glasgow: This Time It's Mexican.
Mean hombres, sensual senoritas and random other folks with daft mustaches piled into the splendidly awesome Pinto Mexican Kitchen for a night of spectacular grub, bombastic beer and a cheeky shot of margarita to chase away the winter chill!
Taking over half the Pinto restaurant, yelpers donned the uber PC (ahem) fancy dress articles strewn across the tables… folks like dressing up? There's a shocker!
With a 'compliments of the house' card in hand, yelpers were treated to a free treat from the excellent array of top mexican nosh on offer. From burritos to tacos, pork to steak, the smells alone were enough to have some of the eager yelpers wringing out there mustaches in anticipation (not a euphemism).
Thanks to the good folks at MolsonCoors, the meaty goodness was washed down with a fantastic selection of globally fitting beers. From Corona to Modelo and Negra Modelo, yeplers were't short of a sip on the night.
Big thanks go to Ian and his staff on the night for making the event such a success. For all who never managed to speak directly to Ian (not many I assume, he was quite the social butterfly… with a beard.) he asked me to say a great big thank you for the enthusiastic response to the grub and dining experience had at Pinto.
Additional thanks go to Jessie D and her Mammy Annie for helping out on the night… even though the former had a bad case of the flu/grumps *ducks*
As per usual, you can check out the reviews of the event here and even add your own thoughts.
Did you make the photo line up? Check out the fine foties here… get ready to cringe!
Final thank you goes again to the masterful Alistair W for his splendid snapping of the event. Ally continues to impress with his skills and ability to capture the spirit of the events. Get in!
Thanks again folks. T'was a blast x two and a half. Till next time, adios!