Rancho Viejo celebrates Day of the Dead with costumes, facepaint and deals
The owner and employees of Rancho Viejo are dressed up in celebration of The Day of the Dead, the holiday in which families pay respect and remember their family and friends who have passed away.
Guillermo Leon, owner of Rancho Viejo, says that the tradition is not one of grieving, but rather one of celebration.
"Its a very special day in Mexico where everybody goes and celebrates with their dead families. If they used to like tequila, they bring them tequila or their favorite foods. They'll have a big party."
The restaurant is running deals through Nov. 2, including 15 percent off for anyone who comes in costume, and many drink specials.