It seems like it was just yesterday that we were sipping tequila and Baja-brewed beer and tasting all of the tacos, ceviche, pozole and tostadas our bellies could hold at the ¡Latin Food Fest! in San Diego. This year’s event, which will be held September 11-13, 2014, promises another star-studded Latin extravaganza.
Deemed as the largest Latin culinary festival in California, the Latin Food Fest brings in restaurants, chefs, artisanal food makers and wine, beer and spirit makers to the three-day event. I can’t wait until the Grand Tasting Village on September 13th at the Embarcadero Marina Park North. I’m also looking forward to the Modern-Mexican Dinner on Friday September 12th where restaurateur Richard Sandoval and Malva Cocina’s Roberto Alcocer will offer a six-course tasting menu paired with craft cocktails and Baja wines.
New to this event this year will be the themed tasting tents found throughout the Grand Tasting Village. Have your pick from wine tastings, a TJ street food tent, or a spirits and craft cocktail party. The Latin Food Fest will also offer several culinary competitions, cooking demos, live music, silent auction, book signings and more.
For tickets and more information, visit www.latinfoodfest.com.