Mexic-Arte Museum is hosting a celebration of Mexican cuisine from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, at Brazos Hall, 204 E. Fourth St.
The Taste of Mexico event will feature a number of local restaurants, including Casa Chapala, Geraldine’s, Llama’s Peruvian Creole, Licha’s Cantina, Ranch 616, Sazon and Matt’s El Rancho. Guests can try a number of local products, including salsas from Concha’s and chips from Beanitos.
There will also be cocktails, coffee and beer, as well as a pop-up print shop and bazaar with Mexican folk arts, crafts and gifts for sale. Before the event, you can take a cooking class with Kitchen Underground. Tickets cost $45 or $35 for museum members and are available at mexic-artemuseumevents.org.
Today, Mexic-Arte announced that the chef of honor for the event will be Ángel Vázquez of Intro Restaurante in Cholula in the Mexican state of Puebla that is known for dishes inspired by far-flung places, including Morocco, Thailand, Greece, Spain and France.