Best Cinco de Mayo Bars and Restaurants

Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and the easiest way to celebrate is by heading over to a Mexican bar or restaurant that will be hosting an event. Most locations will offer specials, have live entertainment and do whatever it takes to make the day fun. This year Cinco de Mayo falls on a Thursday, so if you are looking to hang out near your apartment, here are three great bars and restaurants to try during the holiday. Click on the links provided for detailed information about each locations. Have fun and enjoy!

 

Photo credit: food.com

Photo credit: food.com

 

Restaurant Mole de Los Reyes

6242 Maywood Ave
Bell, CA 90201

Phone number: (323) 588-5536

 

Ordonez Mexican Restaurant

872 N Garfield Ave
Montebello, CA 90640

Phone number: (323) 724-6386

 

Mi Sabroso Michoacan

1401 W Olympic Blvd
Montebello, CA 90640

Phone number: (323) 727-7788

 

Kids Fun In and Around Montebello

Your kids are always looking to have fun and if you leave them bored for even the slightest second, your apartment might get turned upside down. If you are looking to stay busy and get out of the house, the City of Montebello has a near endless amount of options, and all you have to do is look. The review website Yelp recently conducted a poll voting on the best kid’s activity to try in and around the Montebello area, and here is a quick list of the top three choices.

 

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Montebello Barnyard Zoo
600 Rea Dr
Montebello, CA 90640

Phone number: (213) 718-5442

 

Jump ‘n Jammin
400 S Baldwin Ave
Arcadia, CA 91007

Phone number: (626) 821-9120

 

Catherine Hensel Youth Center
236 George Hensel Dr
Montebello, CA 90640

Phone number: (323) 887-4577

 

How to Make a New Year’s Resolution

It’s about that time of the year where everyone starts making New Year’s resolutions. But if you are serious about changing a bad habit or creating a good one, here are a few tips for creating and keeping New Year’s Resolutions.

 

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Make sure its measurable: goals can be very vague and with no accountability factor. Make goals that can be measured and that have deadlines. Don’t say you want to lose weight this year, say you want to lose 40 pounds, or 10 pound by April, or five pounds this month.

 

Find a reason: the key to staying strong when starting a goal is to find a reason for chasing it in the first place. If your resolution is to quit smoking, figure out why you want to stop. Is it for your kids? Your health? To live longer? Figure out your “why” before anything.