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We are excited to announce that tickets are now on sale for our Dia de Los Muertos private dinner event in Murrieta on October 30th!

El Dia de Los Muertos is a Mexican holiday meant to represent a brief reunion and celebration with the loved ones we've lost. As is tradition, we will be celebrating with incredible food, music, and drinks!

Traditional Mexican sugar skull in pink, green, and black.

Tickets are $50 per person and the event includes the following:

• An authentic five-course gourmet Mexican culinary experience provided by yours truly

• DJ & Mariachi (let's dance!)

• Drinks- Signature Cocktails, Wine, and Beer (cash bar)

We have limited availability for this event so make sure to purchase your ticket(s), as soon as you can! Hope to see you there!

Dia de los Muertos themed graphic for a private dinner event.

A Brief history of el Dia de Los Muertos

"El Día de los Muertos is not, as is commonly thought, a Mexican version of Halloween, though the two holidays do share some traditions, including costumes and parades. On the Day of the Dead, it’s believed that the border between the spirit world and the real world dissolve. During this brief period, the souls of the dead awaken and return to the living world to feast, drink, dance and play music with their loved ones. In turn, the living family members treat the deceased as honored guests in their celebrations, and leave the deceased’s favorite foods and other offerings at gravesites or on the ofrendas built in their homes. Ofrendas can be decorated with candles, bright marigolds called cempasuchil and red cock’s combs alongside food like stacks of tortillas and fruit."

- Enrique Castro,


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