On September 16th, Mexico celebrates their freedom from Spanish rule. Every year, the streets of Mexico are filled with fireworks, parties, food, dancing, and festive music. Shouts of “Viva Mexico” or “Viva la independencia” can also be heard throughout the day.
Join us as we celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day! Beginning tonight, we will be featuring Chile en Nogada, a traditional dish served in honor of the holiday. We will also be featuring a festive cocktail and dessert featuring all three colors of the Mexican flag. We look forward to celebrating with everyone throughout the week. ¡Viva México!
We’ve created the perfect cocktail for the celebration. Our Guanajuato Martini is made with Corralejo Blanco tequila, St. Germain, house-made sweet n sour, pomegranate and fleur de sel rim. Salud!
Our Chile en Nogada features chile pasilla, savory and sweet picadillo, seasonal fruits, pomegranate seeds, walnut sauce, toasted sea salt, and finished with a walnut dust.
This traditional dish comes from Puebla and is tied to the independence of Mexico. It is said that it was prepared for the first time to entertain the Emperor Agustin de Iturbide when he came to the city. Buen Provecho!
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