Hugo's Fresh Press: Finding Joy in the Simple Things
WHAT WE'RE EATING
All-natural, Mexican-influenced, guest-inspired Modern Mexican
Green Salsa Chicken Tacos
Made with fresh corn (or flour, as requested) tortillas, our Green Salsa Chicken Tacos are made with shredded free-range organic chicken breast, our tomatillo de milpa sauce, fresh poblano peppers, cabbage, agave onion, tomatillo relish, and topped with queso fresco.
Did You Know?
All of our tortillas, corn and flour, are only made when ordered; we never have any sitting around on warmers. That way, you you know your tortillas have been made fresh, by hand, for you.
WHAT WE'RE DRINKING
Handcrafted, top-shelf, organic margaritas & cocktails
BerryTX (local whiskey cocktail)
The BerryTX is aptly and evidently named after its three simple (yet refined) ingredients: Fort Worth's Firestone & Robertson Distilling Co's award-winning TX Blended Whiskey, fresh-muddled organic strawberries, and organic strawberry juice, freshly made in-house.
These three ingredients are shaken and served over ice in a chilled low-ball glass with a sweetened rim, and garnished with strawberry and blueberry.
Simple and sweet yet refreshing and balanced, the BerryTX is a crowd-pleaser with a wide appeal. Whether you consider yourself a whiskey wanderer or not, we highly recommend letting our bar staff craft a BerryTX for you on your next visit.
HOW WE'RE LIVING
Encouragements worth sharing
"It is no bad thing celebrating a simple life."
- J.R.R. Tolkien
At Hugo's Invitados, we always want our guests to feel warmly greeted, welcomed in, and worthy of celebration, like family returning from years apart. It is a gift to enjoy good food and great company, and we're always so grateful for the opportunity to help you make yours as special as possible.
We're admittedly far from perfect at Hugo's Invitados, but we're always striving to serve you better. Because in this life, you only get so many days and moments with those who matter most. In the words of the world-famous English author, professor, and poet J.R.R. Tolkien, "it is no bad thing celebrating a simple life."
Tolkien, for all his fame and fortune, lived a seemingly simple life, but took immense pleasure in the small things; sharing a cup of tea with his wife, engaging in intellectual debates over beer with fellow writers, in crafting illustrated letters for his children.
In our increasingly fast-paced lives, our encouragement to you this week is a reminder, to slow down, laugh louder, compare less, and celebrate all the more the little moments that make every life so very big and unforgettable.
Cheers to you, and to the simple things in life!