Tahona Highlights Mexico’s Michoacán Region During Its Next Chef’s Table Dinner

On Thursday, February 27, Tahona in Old Town hosts special guest chef, Sergio Garcia Manriquez, for a pop-up Chef’s Table dinner that will highlight the flavors of Mexico’s Michoacán region.

Taking place for one night only in the mezcaleria’s tucked-away tasting room, where more than 140 types of mezcal are regularly available for tastings and purchase, this dinner event will feature four courses of fare paired with a welcome cocktail and the artisanal mezcal brand La
Luna Mezcal.

Sergio Garcia Manriquez is the self-taught chef and founder of Chicano Soul Food, an open air taco cart in San Diego serving handmade Michoacán-style cuisine, which differs from many people’s typical idea of Mexican cuisine and more often showcases produce, herbs and spices with a lesser focus on meat. The self-taught chef, whose family hails from Michoacán, has built the local brand on his interpretation of the authentic family dishes he grew up eating.

Reservations to Tahona’s Chef’s Table dinner event featuring Sergio Garcia Manriquez are $100 per person and can be secured by calling 619.255.2090 or booking online here.

During this evening, Tahona will also offer a special happy hour between 5 and 7 p.m. featuring La Luna Mezcal. Walk-ins are welcome during happy hour.

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