Celebrate Independencia de Mexico at Gabbi’s! Every September 16th, the streets of Mexico are filled with fireworks, music, and celebration. Father Miguel Hidalgo’s famous speech called “El Grito de Delores” began the Mexican revolution that freed Mexico from Spanish rule.
Beginning today, we will be featuring our classic Chile en Nogada, along with a festive cocktail, specialty tequila flight, and dessert. For reservations, call us at 714-633-3038 or on our website through OpenTable. Stay connected on our social media for more details and availability. Buen Provecho and Viva Mexico!
PALETTA DE JAMAICA // Azunia blanco tequila, lime, and agave shaken and served with a Maldon salt rim and hibiscus paletta
TEQUILA FLIGHT //
Blanco | Volcan De Mi Tierra
*100% pure agave, notes of ripe grapefruit, bright and spicy
Reposado | El Fumador
*delicate aromas of caramel, toasted almond, vanilla bean, complex palate of hazelnut, honeycomb, and Mexican vanilla, smooth, creamy mouthfeel
Anejo | El Macho
*aged 24 months, earthy and vegetal flavors with herbaceous, spicy characteristics, citrus fruitiness, smooth and perfect for sipping
CHILE EN NOGADA // chile pasilla, savory and sweet picadillo, pomegranate seeds, walnut sauce, toasted walnut sea salt dust
This seasonal dish is said to be have been created in the early 19th century around the time of Mexico’s independence and features all three colors of the Mexican flag – red, white, and green. It is considered one of Mexico’s most patriotic dishes.
LA ROSA DE CHOCOLATE // milk chocolate mousse, Grand Marnier chocolate cake, cranberry/pomegranate gelee, and hazelnut praline feuilletine
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