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Boulder Sancho’s Closing Aug. 24th’18

We are releasing to our public the sad news that Sancho’s at 2850 Iris Ave. Is shutting down officially August 24th. We will be resealing more videos explaining why we are shutting down. Don’t forget that we still have our location in Gunbarrel and our food cart in Boulder. We are still here for you.

Gunbarrel Restaurant Soft Opening!!!

Sancho’s Gunbarrel is open in the Gunbarrel Shopping Center!               Gunbarrel Restaurant 6545 Gunpark Drive, Suite 280, Boulder, CO 80301 303.955.4772 10a – 9pm Monday – Saturday CLOSED on Sunday ALL Online & Phone Orders for Pick Up only: 30 minutes after opening 30 minutes prior to closing

Come Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with Sancho’s Mexican

For those who may not know, Dia de Los Muertos is a holiday in South America and Mexico where people honer their deceased ancestors and celebrate their lives. Today its widely known throughout the world and is often associated with the skeleton makeup, parades, and parties in places touched by latin culture. Originally the festivities […]

What is an Authentic Mexican Torta?

The torta has a somewhat confusing history with conflicting reports and many variations. It can mean a type of sandwich, a cake, flatbread, or even a type of Italian pastry crust. It can also be used to describe pancakes, and in the Philippines and parts of Spain it can be a kind of omelet. Its a very different […]

Tamales a Food of War

Today we go into a restaurant, like Sancho’s Authentic Mexican restaurant and we order tamales not knowing that they have a much more interesting history than one would initially imagine. Though no one knows who originally made the tamale we do know that they have been around since sometime between 8000 and 5000 B.C. How […]

The Most Common Street Tacos and Their Origin

The street taco has been around a long time but maybe not as long as you might think. The word taco as it is used today only arrived on the scene around the 19th century! According to Paul M. Pilcher, who has spent years traveling the world eating tacos and learning about their history, the […]

Aguas Frescas

Drinking aguas frescas is a healthy tradition in Mexico. These juices consist of fruits and ground leaves prepared and mixed with water to give an exquisite taste. Aguas frescas can be served hot or cold depending on the weather, the season and the region where they are consumed or where the particular fruit is harvested. […]

The Original, Gluten Free Food

Rice flour, millet, chickpea, hemp—these days there are so many gluten free options it can make your head spin. But did you know the Aztecs found one simple and delicious option thousands of years ago? Masa. Made from corn and water, this fresh dough is both delicious and gluten free. The special process used to […]

El Dia de los Ninos | Children’s Day

This Thursday, April 30, we are celebrating El Dia de los Ninos by giving every kid a free churro and 50% off our kid’s menu. El Dia de los Ninos, or the Day of the Children, is an annual holiday in Mexico that pays homage to kids and their importance in society. Started in 1925, […]

Biz West’s “40 Under 40” Honors Shawn Camden

We’re proud to announce that Sancho’s owner, Shawn Camden, was recently named one of the “40 Under 40” Business Hall of Fame by Biz West. Read what they had to say about Shawn below: Shawn Camden serves up multiple ways for people to come together. As co-founder of Intercambio Uniting Communities, he unites native-born Americans and immigrants […]

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