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Restaurant City Releases Mexican Taqueria Expansion

Restaurant City’s Japanese-themed updates finally concluded this week, replaced with another set of ethnic decorations and menu items. A large collection of Mexican Taqueria items are now available! What better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo?

To kick things off, new starters, main dishes, and deserts have been added to the Restaurant City menu. Players can now learn, level-up, and serve Tostadas, Beef Enchiladas, and Mexican Flan. Only one of the three recipes requires beans. Who knew?

New indoor decorations include: Mexican Table, Cactus Chair, String of Chiles, Mexican Spice Rack, Cactus Juice, Cacti Jose, and a Tortilla Stove. The highlight of the new items is undoubtedly the fully-animated Mariachi band, though. The Los Santo Bros. (as Playfish calls them) cost an impressive 90,000 coins. In addition to just looking cool, they also raise customer patience by +1 second.

New outdoor decorations include a Sombrero Roof, an outdoor mariachi band, and Cactus Jose (Cacti Jose’s brother perhaps?).

No word on whether this Mexican theme will carry over into next week like the Japanese theme did, but given that Cinco de Mayo isn’t until next Wednesday, it seems like a pretty reasonable guess.

Hit the jump for an image gallery of all the new Mexican items.


















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