fiesta calle mexicano
You asked, we delivered. Join us for our first food + music gathering.
On Thursday, June 29th, we're dancing the night away at Partido Calle Mexicano: A Mexican Street Party. The inspiration of this gathering came from Chef Fermin Nunez's admiration for all the heroes of Mexican street food. The aim is to recreate that same experience for people in a more personal environment, while listening to the upbeat sounds of Cecilia and the Broken Hearts.
Enjoy carefully crafted flatuas with handmade masa from local corn, paired with GEM&BOLT mezcal cocktails and beer.
This will be an interactive, free-spirited gathering. Chef Nunez will be cooking in front of guests with live music playing throughout the night.
Cheers to a night full of good food, good music and great people.
About Chef Fermin Nunez
Growing up in Northern Mexico and Texas, Fermin was always surrounded by great food. Curiosity and the need to start cooking for himself is what motivated him take a chance on culinary school at the Art Institute of Houston.
He came to Austin in 2009 when he landed a job on the line at La Condesa. Since then Fermin has worked with culinary teams at Uchiko, Launderette, and L'Oca D'Oro.
Fermin is driven by his admiration for Mexican cooking techniques and flavors to share these nostalgic bites of food.