Plaza Oaxaca to Open on May 8th in Rockville Town Square

by MCS Staff
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Plaza Oaxaca to Open on May 8th in Rockville Town Square

Plaza Oaxaca is scheduled to open on Saturday, May 8th in Rockville Town Square:

Featuring authentic Mexican fare and hand-crafted cocktails, Plaza Oaxaca is located at 141 Gibbs Street in the Town Square– the former location of La Tasca.

The restaurant’s hours will be Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

Pictured below you’ll see a few items from the restaurant’s menu:

Tacos Al Pastor

Tacos de chapulines (cricket tacos)

Tlayuda

Margarita de Jamaica

Per the restaurant’s website, The menu that we offer in Plaza Oaxaca is elaborated with great dedication and expertise by our highly qualified team, we delicately elaborate one of our specialties, the famous Oaxacan Mole ; Without leaving aside the wonderful drink of the pre-Hispanic gods and named by scientists at the Illinois Institute in Chicago as the best alcohol distillate in the world,

The Mezcal . In Plaza Oaxaca we cook, we share, we toast, but we never forget that Mezcal is for everything bad, for everything good, also and if there is no remedy, a liter and a half.”

 

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4 comments

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Lauren April 26, 2021 - 9:06 am

I believe chapulines are grasshoppers not crickets

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MCS Staff April 26, 2021 - 9:20 am

Wording comes directly from Plaza Oaxaca’s press release

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shonali roy May 12, 2021 - 5:51 pm

Oaxaca restaurant doesn’t serve well to a single client. The drive never arrives till you keep asking the servers in Spanish where they are! Then the drink arrives after 40 minutes, the ceviche and dessert too are served altogether. A terrible place incompatible for a single diner.

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shonali roy May 12, 2021 - 5:56 pm

The Plaza Oaxaca restaurant doesn’t serve well to a single client. The drink never arrives till you keep asking the servers in Spanish where they are! Then the drink arrives after 40 minutes, the ceviche and dessert too are served altogether. A terrible place incompatible for a single diner. Food isn’t good either. The pulpo and camarones sank in the Campbell’s tomato juice as a 20$ ceviche dish!

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