Salsa Slam (events)

16 August 2010 by Lee Frank Category: events
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Every year we plan our hearts out for Guactacular, then it comes and goes and we have to wait another year for the fun of Guacamole and strangers. So we decided to end that pain by adding another awesome event to make your tastebuds tingle. SALSA SLAM.

We’re bringing 20 tomato-crushing* maniacs to our favorite spot, The Bell House and we’re inviting you to join us. If you’d like to enter, simply email lee@ nachosny.com and we can discuss it!

Facts to learn and repeat about Salsa Slam: It’s at The Bell House, on 9/12 from 4-7PM.  Mariachis will close out the night. Tickets are $12 / 15 at the door.


Flyer by the ever-so-talented Lydia Nichols

Buy tickets here: TICKETWEB.


Salsa Slam Sponsors

5 Burro Cafe in Forest Hills since 1990 has now arrived to Columbia Street, Brooklyn, bringing the same flavor and fun. A warm welcoming atmosphere for young and old alike. Enjoy a tasty bit of Mexico seated in our garden or a potent frozen Margarita at the bar. Have your next party or event at 5 Burro Cafe. Open 7 days a week for dinner and for Lunch/Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. 718-875-5515. Take-out and Delivery also available.

Scout Mob’s free email gets you 50-100% off at places locals actually go. Get out. Do more. Rule the city. Repeat.


SustainableParty.com is an online resource offering products and ideas that help organize and execute more eco-conscious events. SP sells compostable tableware made from innovative materials like sugarcane, compressed leaves, and biopolymers. The Sustainable Party “take-back” program ensures that users not only purchase the right products but dispose of them properly. The site also offers free downloadable guides and event signage that help party hosts achieve a level of sustainability that goes beyond the table.

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*We’ve gotten a few requests for salsas that are not tomato based, so we’re going allow it.

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