Legendary St. Anthony’s Bazaar Gorditas, Enchiladas to Be Sold Drive-Thru Style Labor Day Weekend
St. Anthony’s Seminary is legendary for its annual Labor Day Weekend St. Anthony’s Bazaar, which is legendary for its gorditas and enchiladas. But this year because of the pandemic, there won’t be a kermes.
The gorditas and enchiladas, however, will still get served up to El Pasoans hungry for both the tasty eats and some semblance of normalcy.
From Saturday, Sep. 5 to Monday, Sep. 7, both can be purchased drive-through style at separate locations for $6 per order. Aguas Frescas, soda pops and water will be available for purchase as well.
The bazaar is how the seminary makes most of the money to pay its bills and continue its teachings throughout the year.
This special social distancing version will ensure you don’t miss out on the eats the bazaar is famous for, and they can still raise money to continue doing their work.
What To Know Before You Go
● The gorditas and enchilada plates will be sold at two different locations. Gorditas can be picked up at St. Anthony’s seminary, located at 4601 Hastings Dr., the enchiladas at St. Francis de Assisi Parish, located at 5750 Doniphan Dr.
● Parking lots at each location will be set up so people can drive in, pay for their order(s), and pick up without getting out of their vehicle.
● Because the plates are being sold drive-through style, there will not be any walk-up service.
● Labor Day Weekend only, September 5-7, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day.