Flavors of the City: A Chance to Eat Your Way Around Merida

Sabores de la Ciudad (Tastes of the City)

What To Expect?  Each ticket holder will get a plate and fork and tokens to sample 5 different restaurants. This would be the equivalent of one normal lunch plate.

12 restaurants are donating food, which will be on display15 minutes before people make their lunch choices.

An announcement will inform everyone to line up and exchange each token for a sample from five different places.

There will be tables and chairs set up under the huge shade trees in this garden setting.

Live classical music will be provided by- Malina Raischenfels classical soprano and instrumentalist. 

while people enjoy their meal.

Would you like to try five different restaurants in one day and help a child get access to music and culture? Here’s your chance! Taste of the City is a fun way to sample food easily and inexpensively and all proceeds go to students of music.”

The International Women’s Club (IWC) of Merida are planning a fun and delicious event to raise money to buy musical instruments for children in villages near Merida. The Secretary of Culture and Arts will be providing music lessons through the Casa de la Cultura; however, the children need access to more instruments to develop their talents. All the proceeds for the Flavors of the City will go to new and upcoming musical talent in Yucatan.

Date: March 4 time 1-3:30

Who:     The International Women’s Club of Merida is organizing this event, with the cooperation of the Secretary of Culture and Arts of Yucatan.

The following 12 restaurants are generously donating food prepared in their kitchens.

Bangkok Restaurant

Korean Grill

Bistro Cultural 66

Unknown Hotel

Casa de Piedra

Rosas & Xocolate

El Remate de Montejo

Sandanga Cocina Oaxaqueña

Hennessey’s Irish Pub

Sabor a Mango

Lunch Club

Shirp Delicatessen

We are raising funds to purchase musical instruments for children in villages surrounding Merida. the Casa de culture will provide music lessons to those children, through the Secretary of Culture and Arts.

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