The Battleground Mexican restaurant brings taste and justice to Kent

The Battleground Mexican restaurant brings taste and justice to Kent

Carnitas entrée served with warm tortillas, guacamole, black beans & salsa borracha at The Battleground Taproom and Mexican Kitchen

Attempting out a brand new Mexican restaurant for the primary time can all the time appear a bit dangerous. Most individuals discover one Mexican restaurant they like and keep on with it. Honest sufficient. It is comfy, and you realize you prefer it! Nonetheless, from time to time it is good to step out of your consolation zone, and that is simply what my pal Chloe and I did on a hazy Wednesday night time on the hunt for some grub.

The Battleground Taproom and Mexican Kitchen in Kent was a brand new expertise for each of us. Discovering the restaurant is woman-owned in addition to actively having a socially acutely aware beer menu have been the highlights of my expertise, together with the meals, in fact.

An genuine social taproom the place you’ll be able to drink for a trigger

Cherry St. Cream Ale at The Battleground in Kent.
The Cherry St. Cream Ale beer at The Battleground in Kent. Proceeds go to the revitalization of the Historic South End of Kent.

Rosi Peruyero-Noden, proprietor of The Battleground and an immigrant from Papantla, Mexico, has two easy objectives: Make nice genuine Mexican dishes and do it with a function. All of the meals is produced from scratch, on-site. Peruyero-Noden wished to deliver conventional recipes from totally different areas of Mexico to the historic finish of Kent.

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