Uncle Julio's, at the corner of Arlington Road and Bethesda Avenue, is a Bethesda Row favorite. Their beverages - alcoholic and non-alcoholic - are standouts on the menu, especially their Swirls.
Guapo's may be the most popular Mexican restaurant in downtown Bethesda. 8130 Wisconsin Avenue.
Bethesda's newest place for Mexican food and drinks is Plaza del Sol, at 4932 St. Elmo Avenue.
What is Mexican Independence Day? It started with Father Hidalgo's Grito de Dolores on September 16, 1810. At 11:00 tonight, the Mexican president will ring a bell, and address a crowd in the Mexico City public square, concluding with a triple "¡Viva Mexico!"
Join them in spirit, tonight or Sunday, at one of the many Mexican restaurants in downtown Bethesda!