New York, NY, June 15, 2016 – Mexico’s iconic colonial city, San Miguel de Allende, will host its annual Sabores (Flavors) of San Miguel fair from June 17 to 19 with nine chefs from different destinations and a plethora of cuisines.
Taking place in the city’s Parque Juarez, the fair will offer visitors and locals several culinary activities, including wine tastings, showcases, conferences, live music and activities for children.
Local restaurants will be featured in the fair, showcasing the diversity in dining options that can be found in San Miguel de Allende.
Chefs from near and far who will participate in this year’s celebration include Paul Anders, of Sweet Basil and Mountain Standard in Vail, Colorado; Paul Bentley, of Magno Brasserie in Guadalajara; and, from San Miguel de Allende itself, locals Carlos Zamora, of Moxi; Donnie Masterton from The Restaurant SMA; Marko Cruz, of Bui; Matteo Salas, of Áperi; and Victor Palma from Rosewood. For more information on the Sabores de San Miguel festival, please visit website www.saboressanmiguel.com
Long one of North American travelers’ favorite tourism destinations in Mexico, San Miguel de Allende is also one of the country’s leading culinary hotspots, with cooks and chefs of all walks of life making the UNESCO World Heritage city their home.
Home to more than 63 nationalities and boasting more than 76 eateries — from 5-star restaurants to mom-and-pop cafes, some with generations of history — as well as interactive cooking classes with locals and international chefs, this Conde Nast Traveler “Best City in the World” has embraced its gastronomical inheritance with trend-setting movements and international festivals.
As San Miguel de Allende’s culinary scene continues to develop, new ideas are being implemented by its residents. In one of the latest trends, rooftop bars and restaurants are providing unique angles to the city’s panorama.
Another development? Dining and food emporiums. Mercado Centro San Miguel, which debuted in the city center this February, is a gourmet market with 27 vendors offering patrons one-of-a-kind culinary experiences. Open from 9 a.m. daily, the venue can host up to 200 people. For more information, visit www.mercado-centro.mx online.
Dôce 18 Concept House , which debuted in April, is also located in the center of the city and is divided into several areas housing artisans and craftspeople, flower and coffee vendors, a bookseller, eating and drinking venues, and more. Of particular interest to foodies, the complex’s Dining Room area houses the Jacinto 1930 restaurant by Chef Matteo Salas, an ode to the colonial heritage of Mexico, from its reconstructed 18th century edifice to its 20th century-inspired, maize-based menu. The Kitchen area, meanwhile, is home to food vendors such as Taco Lab, San Mike Pizza Gourmet and Birdie’s Burgers. For more, go to www.doce-18.com
About San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende, better known as “the heart of Mexico,” is considered the spot where national independence was forged, the birthplace of illustrious historical figures and a colonial urban jewel distinguished by the warmth and generosity of its people, rich history, and cultural and architectural heritage.
On July 7, 2008, the city was named a UNESCO Cultural Heritage city, under the title of “Protective town of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco.” The United Nations agency awarded the city this distinction in recognition of its cultural and architectural contribution to the Mexican Baroque style of art and architecture.
For more information, please visit: www.visitsanmiguel.travel
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