Fri, October 05, 2018 - 12:00AM
Mexican eats, a surprise live performance and more at Diez y Seis.
If you have tried the steak carved tableside tacos at Diez y Sies then you weren’t at our Blurry Brunch last Saturday. Leave it to Argentinan Chef, Jose Icardi to bring his parilla background to Diez y Seis’ menu by adding a twist to classic Mexican dishes. Hungries enjoyed a buffet style brunch and crafted cocktails by Don Julio all day.
Oh and that’s not all, to top off our Blurry Brunch, we had Alejandro Gonzalez of Colombian tropipop band Bonka perform hits like La Mona and El Problemon taking us back to the days when we made mix tapes.
Here are the best moments of The Hungry Post’s Blurry Brunch:
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🕺🏼Hungries! This is what you missed at the #BlurryBrunch at @diezyseisrestaurant brought to you by @donjuliotequila 🤘🏼💃 Tequila, enchiladas and a LIVE performance by @alejogonzalez #Bonka ⚡️ Más fiesta coming 🔜! Will you miss it? We don’t think so😏 ________ Go to the link in our bio to see all the pics! 🤳🏻
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