Celebrate our Last Friday at SF FoodLab with us!!
WHAT: Piñata Night, Border Town Mexican Street Food (Calexico)
WHEN: Friday, August 31st. Dinner service @ 6:00p-10:00p
WHERE: SF FOODLAB, 1106 Market, SF – 7th & Market
DEAL: Choose 2 Antojitos, 1 Plato, and 1 Postre for $27.
DEETS: Once you purchase your 4 choices, we will e-mail you to confirm your reservation time along, party size, & confirm your choices. Because of the nature of these dinners, and the expense of getting everything together, we cannot give refunds for tickets within 72 hours of the dinner.
This event is open to everyone and walk-ins are welcome! A la carte option will be offered, Bar & BYOB is available with a corkage fee . For any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
**most items can be made vegetarian, please e-mail email@example.com for accomidations.
Comin’ to the Kitchen Friday August 31st: Chef Mikey Agundez. Agundez will be serving up Border Town (Calexico) Mexican Food!
Mikey Agundez was born and raised in border town Calexico CA. He was raised in a household where homemade Mexican food was always shared amongst his mothers’ friends on a daily basis. “Everyday my mother would have her comadres (friends) over to share all kinds of Mexican food that would represent different areas of Mexico. Some where super spicy while others were much simple but delicious. These gatherings would always make me extremely happy that I would find myself performing telenovela scene and songs for my mother and comadres to enjoy as they laugh and ate” Mikey is much proud of coming from a place where Mexican Cooking is different than other places. “There is something about Mexican Food where I come from. I don’t know if its the border life or the hot desert weather It’s different and it always touches the heart, especially Tacos and Tortas”
In 2009 Mikey decided to take a 6 month break and traveled South America. This is where he experience cooking on a daily basis. “When I arrived in Buenos Aires, money was running low. It was here where I forced myself to use the kitchen on a daily basis. I learned many different styles of cooking while visiting the mercados in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. It became fun and exciting to cook for my housemates…and boy did we eat”.
Mikey is in full force to explore the world of hospitality. He has passion for all things that bring people together. He loves hosting people over his house and loves to cook for them. “I feel that many people are sometimes shy to cook. Practice makes perfect and creating a style of you own is even better. I love making homemade Mexican Food and it comes natural for me to make it. Anybody is welcome to cook with me”