México’s most important culinary event of 2019 is taking place in Yucatán on November 23rd where many of the best chefs alive will gather at Hokol Vuh to celebrate Mayan culture, its important contributions to humanity and the preservation of its heritage.
In Mexico City for Day of the Dead (October 31st through November 3rd)? 🇲🇽💀🥀 This year we designed a centro histórico walking tour where guests relive Frida Kahlo’s funeral in Palacio de Bellas Artes to conceptually understand Mexican death rituals through an art icon.
When it comes to street food, Mexico City is an incredible pan-regional smorgasburg. Yes, yes we know you’ve had tacos, flautas, tortas and pozole, but have you ever heard of tlacoyos, pambazos, esquites & guisados? Yup… exactly. Welcome. Take a seat, can I get you some water? Let me help you with your coat.
#MorenitaGenius is a new piece of content where we show off aquellos genios who are at the top of their game, even though they’re all still so young and many, just like me, with 15-20 years of experience, are just getting started. This first story will focus on the restaurant world: we all know Enrique Olvera, Elena Reygadas and Jorge Vallejo, but wait til you meet the new school of chefs, sommeliers, maitre d’s and purveyors who are bringing the game to a completely new level. These talented youths and their spectacular work alone are worth you booking your next Morenita Experience in Mexico City.
The Morenita Street Food Tour is a 3-hour morning, afternoon o nighttime activity where we showcase the most delicious tacos, tortas, homemade mole, tostadas, churros, coffee, chocolate and fresh seasonal fruit. Guests visit colorful food markets and street stands alongside a local bilingual chef.
This downtown walking tour lasts two to three hours, which is plenty of time to savour and learn about tacos, tortas, homemade mole, tostadas, churros, coffee, chocolate and fresh seasonal fruit. Guests visit colorful food markets and street stands alongside a local bilingual chef.
When the lights go out and the reflectors illuminate their bodies dressed in tight underpants, colorful masks and exotic capes, the audience goes insane; they are witnessing the real Mexican superheroes in flesh and blood. The Luchador’s pilgrimage to the ring unleashes whistles, applause, compliments, threats and, yes, a ton of groserías (swear words) that are as part of the ritual as anything else.