Grandparents Day is coming up this month! In the US, Grandparents Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of September after Labor Day and is a special time to celebrate and recognize those who have paved the path for future generations.
Grandparents are cherished in many cultures and countries, but they are especially revered in the Latin cultures. Abuelitos, which is Spanish for grandparents, are the patriarchs and matriarchs of the family and play a crucial role in providing sound advice to family members. They often help care for their grandkids and are loved for their fun stories and anecdotes of the past.
Romana Banuelos, Founder of Ramona’s Mexican Food
On Grandparents day, we pay homage to our founder and abuelita, Romana Acosta Banuelos who in 1947 decided to share her Sonoran family recipes with her neighbors and friends. Since the very beginning, she vowed to always provide her customers with authentic Mexican cuisine using fresh, high quality ingredients that were true to her culture and traditions. This vision was instilled down to her grandchildren who continue her legacy and vow to continue her mission for Ramona’s today.
Spend time together as a family
We know the importance of family gatherings and celebrations, but sometimes the task of organizing, cooking, catering, and cleaning for them can be overwhelming. While many grandparents and adults do this lovingly, sometimes it’s better to make sure that everyone can relax, unwind, and enjoy each other’s company.
If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate Grandparent’s Day or any occasion this year, let Ramona’s Mexican Restaurant help you. We will prepare authentic Mexican food so everyone in your home from grandparents, parents, children, to grandchildren can enjoy. We’re a family owned restaurant and we understand the importance of days like Grandparent’s Day. Visit us at Ramona’s Mexican Restaurant and celebrate with your family today!