Sunday, December 5, 2010

Come and Pork Out in Tijuana's Gastronomic Zone this Wednesday Night at Villa Saverios:5 Chefs,5 Pork Preparations,5 Baja Wines

This Wednesday, December 8, 2010, there are five reasons to cross the border and head down to Tijuana's Gastronomic Zone. It's time to get your Christmas ham on, amigos.

This is a pork lover's dream, and a chance to find some the best chefs in Mexico, and one of the most innovative restaurateurs in San Diego,Jay Porter, under one roof.5 Chefs,5 pork preparations,5 Baja wines at Villa Saverios.

Chef Max Bonacci,The Linkery and El Take it Easy, (San Diego,CA)
Chef Benito Molina, Manzanilla and Muelle Tres( Ensenada)
Chef Jair Tellez, Laja(Valle de Guadalupe) and Mero Toro(Mexico City)
Chef Paul Zamudio,Peacocks(San Jose del Cabo)
Chef Javier Plascencia,Villa Saverios, Casa Plascencia, and Mision 19(Tijuana)

Paired with wines from Baja's Valle de Guadalupe:
Adobe Guadalupe
Sinergi VT
Tres Valles

Hope to see you there!!

The cost of this event is $350 pesos, or approximately $35 USD, depending on the restaurant's exchange rate.
Tickets are available by calling:
Villa Saverios, from the US dial 011-52-664-686-6443,ext. 104(there should be someone available that speaks english)
Linas Vinos, from the US dial 011-52-664-971-0953,
or at the door

FOr more information go to Villa Saverios' website.

5 Chefs,5 Pork Preparations,5 Baja Wines
Wednesday, December 8,2010
Villa Saverios Restaurant
Bl. Sanchez Taboada and Escuadron 201, in the heart of the Gastronomic Zone

Travel tips!
Park at one of the Duty Free parking lots located at the Last USA Exit in San Ysidro, walk across the border, and take a cab to Villa Saverios. If the cab driver doesn't know the restaurant, say La Espadana en la zona gastronomia, they should know where that is, and it's located in the same corner lot as Villa Saverios.

Cabs will be available upon leaving Villa Saverios, ask to be taken to la linea, or the line.

Passports are required to return to the US.

Dress up, Villa Saverios is an upscale restaurant, but Tijuana style.Men-suits, or nice jeans with a dress shirt, woman-dresses, or nice jeans and a club style blouse.

1 comment:

Andi? said...

This sounds beyond terrific. Wish I could go!