Join us for a wonderful dinner this Friday! Our Harvest Social Club is a group of friends (old and new) who gather each month to celebrate the cultural abundance of México through food, spirits, music and art.
This month’s celebration features Maiz – Corn. Historians believe that corn was first developed in Central México nearly 7,000 years ago from a wild grass called Teosinte. Today, we enjoy many varieties of corn all over the world.
The music of Diego Frias will transport you to a beautiful Mexican Plaza – no passport needed!
We’ll be joined by the wonderful Mezcal Vago with tastings of their artisan small-batch Mezcales
One of our favorite expressions made by Mezcal Vago is their Elote – During the distillation process, roasted corn is added and allowed to macerate for an additional two days, resulting in a unique and extraordinary elixir.
MENU by Luis M. Zamora
Elote Asado – a fresh sweet corn cob bite grilled to caramelize and served with Chile and Lime
Sopa de Crema de Flor de Calabaza – Cream of Squash Blossom Soup. Delicate and creamy, it has a touch of spice and a flavor that will make you want to lick the bowl
Quesadilla de Huitlacoche con Salsa Verde de Pepita – a quesadilla the way it’s enjoyed in México – with a delicious roasted pumpkin sauce and melted cheese blend
Medallon de Cerdo con Salsa de Huitlacoche – tender pork loin in a Huitlacoche salsa with vegetables. Taste this sauce and you’ll know why Huitlacoche (a corn mushroom) is adored by the finest Chefs in the world.
Pan de Elote con Nieve de Horchata y Nectarin – a sweet corn bread served with Horchata ice cream and sweet Nectarine
*** We will offer Vegan options for all courses –
just check the Vegan Option when you reserve your seat!
The Vegan menu for our Vegan friends: