Vegetarian Friendly 3.5 Hours Centric Location

Dinner soiree full of flowers, a collaborative altar and special Day of the dead Cuisine

We'll learn more about this popular Mexican tradition, the symbolism behind the elements of the altar and we'll celebrate it in a respectful and meaningful way. You'll get to connect with locals who will show you the way each one of us remember our dead relatives. We also want you to contribute building the altar by bringing a photo of someone you loved and has passed or a small meaningful item that reminds you of them, so it can be a part of our altar.

Only date: Saturday Oct 30th


Just to give you an idea of what this collaborative experience entails

7:00 PM - Meeting in Tabacalera

We’ll meet in a cool studio right next to the Revolution Monument

The Amazingly Beautiful Altars

Learning about the traditional altars full of flowers and the deep symbolism behind each one of the elements.

Altar, the final touch

Feel free to bring pictures or personal belongings of your beloved ones, so we include them in the altar! (don’t worry, you can take them back with you)

Artisanal Mezcal Tasting

Omar from the shop Mis Mezcales will share with us mezcales straight out of his private stash. We’ll learn a little bit more about this precious Mexican spirit.

A very special dinner

We’ll share a meaningful dinner with typical foods we would use on the Day of the dead altar, cooked by 2 amazing chefs from the Tierra Adentro restaurant.

Want to be a part of this edible adventure?

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