When LA yelpers were told to BYOS (Bring Your Own Sombrero), they did just that. And then some. Little Cave was a sea of sombrero-wearing, beer and tequila drinking, taco eating, cupcake shoveling, soda slinging yelpers. Sure, the obnoxious south-of-the-border hats made for some awkward hugs, but boy do they make up for it in pure party playfulness!
From the giant Jarritos bottle lighting the way to the dope beats of DJ Sweet Caroline to the fire breathing bartenders, one thing is for sure, where there are sombreros, there are muy bueno times! Thanks to señorita Corza M for capturing the finer moments of the evening! Bottles of Bud Light (and Bud Light Lime and Bud Light Wheat) were gripped tightly in the hands of our booze-friendly yelpers, while others could be seen sipping down Little Cave's very own La Rosa Negra and chasing it with a Jarritos Paloma.
Oh, and there was grub too. The kind of grub that makes you wish there was an Elite party every day! Little Cave supplied their very own "taco guy," who was later revealed as Garibaldi, a dynamic mother and son duo, and this precious pair provided flavorful fare that would wow the mustache right off any taco lover! Cakified was also on hand, bringing mad cupcake deliciousness to yelpers mouths and tummies! Cake remnants of Mexican chocolate moistness with cinnamon buttercream frosting were happily displayed on everyone's stuffed faces. And to wash this all down, Jarritos was on site with mucho Mexican soda, so there was never a dry mouth in the cave.
Some guests went home with piñatas and a bag of candy stuffing for doning their sombrero bests. And one lucky winner might have even been gifted with a little liquid treat for getting extra creative with her, ahem, sombreros. Everyone walked away with a Yelp lunchbox, their very own Jarritos to go (or 6) and a little less memory, but hey, that's what happens when yelpers BYOS!
LA East Community Manager