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View and purchase authentic Mexican folk art


At your local Margaritas!


Thu, Oct 12: Portland, ME

Fri, Oct 13: Auburn, ME

Sat, Oct 14: Augusta, ME

Wed, Oct 18: Salem, NH

Thu, Oct 19: Methuen, MA

Fri, Oct 20: Keene, NH

Sat, Oct 21: Nashua, NH

Wed, Oct 25: Concord, NH

Thu, Oct 26: Revere, MA

Fri, Oct 27: Mystic, CT

Sat, Oct 28: East Hartford, CT


Wed, Nov 1: Portsmouth, NH

Thu, Nov 2: Waltham, MA

Fri, Nov 3: Manchester, NH

Sat, Nov 4: Northborough, MA

Thu, Nov 9: Framingham, MA

Fri, Nov 10: Exeter, NH

Sat, Nov 11: Dover, NH

Featuring the work of:

Adelina Pedro Martinez &

Federico Negrete Lopez

Artists from San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca that create barro negro ceramics reflecting Zapotec heritage. Adelina specializes in this pottery, often collaborating with husband Federico and daughters.

About Barro Negro “black clay” Ceramics

The pottery's black color, sheen, and patterns stem from Oaxaca's rich craft heritage. Local clay is shaped, dried, and fired, turning black through controlled oxygen reduction.

Margaritas & Mexican Art

Since the 1990s, the Margaritas founders and their team have frequented Mexico to savor its flavors and culture. They've forged bonds with local artisans, often finding unique decor and art in family workshops. Margaritas proudly showcases these crafts in each of our restaurants, giving guests like you the opportunity to enjoy and admire the artisans’ unique skills.

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