Milwaukee's Mazorca will celebrate its one year anniversary with a Harvest Fest
The little taco stand known as Mazorca located on a corner in Walker's Point has become one of the most popular new taco establishments in Milwaukee with its freshly made tortillas and tasty fillings like al pastor and bistec.
It has now been a year since they set up shop on the corner of 1st Street and Pittsburgh. To celebrate, Mazorca is hosting its first ever Harvest Fest on Oct. 27 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 209 S. 1st Street. The Harvest Fest is a free event.
The fest will feature Mazorca tacos, tortas and beer along with sweets from Algo Dulce. In addition to the tasty bites, there will music from local artists like Brown's Crew. Attendees will also have the opportunity to shop the work of local artists.
Mazorca will also host a beat battle featuring special guest judges, CameOne, MAG and Ordinary Freaks from Milwaukee. The winner will receive the title of Mazorca’s Beat King and a $100 Mazorca gift card! If interested, you can contact Mazorca via their Facebook page.
Mazorca’s mission is to experience food, art and culture through their eyes, the offspring of Mexican immigrants who surrendered to calling Milwaukee home.