Friday, June 26, 2015

Long Table Dinners Take You to Mexico for a Night

Calling all San Antonio foodies: have you attended one of the very exclusive Long Table Dinners at the Distillery yet? Every fourth Thursday of the month at 6:30 at the Dorcol Distilling Company you can enjoy a delicious meal.

Limited to only 20 people this meal is put on by Cocina Heritage the Restaurant. Cocina Heritage offers a multitude of homemade, seasonal meals from Central Mexico to Southern Mexico, celebrating the vibrant flavors of the country. They pride themselves on using their own original recipes from as far back in time as is possible. Not only are the meals diverse and delicious but they also use traditional processes to create the meals to ensure authenticity.

Cocina Heritage has received sparkling reviews from food critics and guests alike. In 2014 their Pastel Tres Leches was named one of the top 10 dishes in San Antonio’s Taste Magazine. Not only will you get the chance to enjoy four courses of amazing Mexican cuisine but you can experience delicious pairings of specialty cocktails to match your meals.

Attending one of these dinners gives you access to the up and coming South Flores district as well as well as a private tour of San Antonio’s very first rakia distillery. Not to mention your tastebuds will take a trip to Mexico during the fantastic meal!

The dress code is casual formal but it is recommended the guests dress a little more warmly as it is kept quite cold in the distillery. Admission to the dinners is a bit steep at $75 per person but it’s well worth it! Guests must be 21 or older to enjoy this dinner and cocktail extravaganza. The Dorcol Distilling Company is only a 20 minute drive away from the Residences at La Cantera. The dinners will continue throughout 2015 until October 22nd. Make sure to reserve your spot soon as there are only 20 places and they fill up quickly! Reserve your tickets by emailing Don’t miss out on this delicious opportunity to experience Mexican cuisine as you’ve never had it before!

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