Hispanic Heritage Month
Thurs. Oct. 28 through Sat. Oct. 30, 2021
Join us as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month throughout October. Each week we will honor a region within Mexico and feature a unique menu highlighting the ingredients and flavors that showcases Mexico’s diverse cuisine.
This week we are honoring Puebla. Known famously for The Battle of Puebla on Cinco de Mayo and its signature dish, Chile en nogada. Made using a chili pepper named after the state, the poblano pepper, this dish is a source of patriotic pride as it presents the three colors of Mexico’s new flag after it’s independence from Spain.
Mary’s Chicken in Morita Salsa & Caramelized Onions, Crema Fresca, Cotija Cheese, Pickled Red Onion
Mole Poblano Enchilada
Filled with Queso Fresco & Cotija, Feathered White Onion, Crema Mexicana
Chiles En Nogada
Roasted Poblano filled with Ground Pork, Picadillo, Served with a Walnut Salsa, Pomegranates
Pan de Muerto
Mexican sweet bread, served with Mexican Hot Chocolate
prix -fixe fifty-five dollar per person
wine pairing – forty-five dollars per person
***Vegetarian, Salmon (+5), Carne Asada(+15) substitutions available on request***