Mitos de Maiz, or the myth of corn, is a time of the season where we celebrate the origin of corn, its culture and history. Within Mexico and across Mesoamerica, corn brings a legacy to ancient cultures, of which is not only evident in the kitchen and on your plate, but many myths and legends have been brought down from generation to generation.
Join us over the next few weeks, as we celebrate Mitos de Maiz by creating an exclusive menu of dishes made from Brentwood sweet corn and our own house-made masa. Corn is currently at the peak of season and has sweet, full, and delicious flavor. Check out our menu below to see what we are featuring. Buen Provecho!
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Torta de Elote | Poblano sauce, chives, cancha
Ceviche Estilo Playa | Texas redfish, mango-passion coulis, cucumbers, passionfruit seeds
Almejas en Verano | Steamed littleneck clams, summer corn-curry broth, linguiza, red fresno chiles, cilantro
Pescado en Consume de Maiz | Meagre, grilled sunburst yellow squash, baby zucchini, cherry tomatoes, peas, grilled baby corn, sugar snap peas
Scallops Crema de Elote | East coast wild caught scallops, pancetta, corn, leeks, peas
Tamale Colado con Elote | Baby corn, panela, rajas, roasted corn, chile arbol
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