To keep the Day of the Dead magic going Hotel Matilda’s restaruant Moxi will host their 5th Black Dinner on November 2, crafted by renowned Chef Enrique Olvera and Roberto Solis, known for reinventing Yucatan cuisine. Together the pair will have a delicious and creative dinner prepared that is sure to make for a spectacular night.
Starting on the San Miguel streets the night start with a cocktail in one of the most charming plazas of the city, Cuna 15 followed by a traditional ‘callejoneada,’ (a Mexican procession with traditional music) that will lead everyone to Hotel Matilda. “The inspiration for the Black Dinner this year incorporating a ‘callejoneada’ comes from the opening of the James Bond movie “Spectre”, where there is a Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico City,” said Bruce James, Director of Hotel Matilda. “Our own procession through the streets of San Miguel will take it to a more dramatic and exotic level for all the guests.”
Upon entering the dining room a burst of Mexican traditions surrounding Day of the Dead will greet you as you take a seat to enjoy the six course dinner. The tables and decoration in the restaurant Moxi will be arranged by Luis Fabian, owner of Casa Armida, an exclusive furniture and décor shop in San Miguel. The Black Dinner is one of the many anticipated events for the Day of the Dead celebrations in San Miguel de Allende.
The cost of the dinner will be $2,000 pesos per person. For more information and reservations contact [email protected]