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Cocina goes big on Halloween and Day of the Dead for both students and kids!

Added on: 17th October, 2019 by Leigh_50559

Cocina goes big on Halloween and Day of the Dead for both students and kids!

Last Updated:
Thu, 24 October 2019

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intu Uxbridge’s popular Mexican restaurant, Cocina, is embracing Halloween and Day of the Dead with two whole weeks of spook-tacular offers and events for students and young kids over half term.

From Monday 21 October to Sunday 3 November, Cocina will be transforming its upper floor into an arts and crafts zone for kids during the day times, with various activities to choose from; skull shape colouring art, hitting the pinata and goody bags to take away. Plus, anyone who buys a main meal in the restaurant will be entitled to a free children’s meal for their little monster, too.

A best-dressed competition will see the owner of the most BOO-tiful children’s costume over the two-week period winning a sombrero hat and a Mexican poncho … so don’t let your little one be a lazy bones when it comes to getting dressed in the morning!
But that’s not all … Uxbridge’s university students will be able to take advantage of brilliant discounts on food and drinks from 7-10pm across the two weeks. From Ł1 tequila shots and a group deal offering six Day of the Dead cocktails with six tequila shots for just Ł25, to giveaways for the best-dressed and spookiest students, this fun is not to be missed.

Cocina’s smoking Day of the Dead cocktail – La Catrina – is inspired by the streets of Mexico celebrating their deceased loved ones. La Catrina served in a skull-shaped glass and is a mix of, you guessed it, spirits! Drink a couple and you’ll be sure to be howling and having a good cackle with your friends … #squadghouls.

The celebrations will coincide with intu Uxbridge’s own fang-tastic Halloween family fun which includes a silent disco and a ghost hunt.

We’ve got something for everyone, try the Mexican-inspired tapas and hero dishes including full-to-the-brim burritos and soft tortilla tacos, not to mention an extensive selection of gluten-free and vegan options, you’ll be truly spoilt for choice at Cocina.

Find out more about what’s going on at intu Uxbridge this Halloween at https://intu.co.uk/uxbridge/events/october-half-term or head to https://intu.co.uk/uxbridge/food-and-drink for more information about the food offering at intu Uxbridge.

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