The event will be held from May 22 to 27, where peninsular culinary art will be showcased. It will also serve to promote Playa del Carmen and Tulum.
This event will also be held at other venues in 2018, such as in Mexico City from September 2 to 9, and in Brooklyn, New York, from October 2 to 7. The chefs that will participate in the local festival are: José Luis Hinostroza, Felipe Donnelly, Nick Andrerer, Jeremiah Langhorne, Marc Bynumum, Alfredo Villanueva, Jesus Gibaja, Abraham Salum, Uno Immanivong, Eric Dreyer, Simone Merati, Pedro Abascal, Liz Garcia, Luis Aguilar, also announced the presence of the mixologist, Mattew Poli.
The participating restaurants will offer meals at normal prices. During the last three days the festival, chefs will pay homage to traditional Mexican food that will be accompanied with wines, liquors and music.
Diane Dimeo was accompanied by tourist representatives from the Riviera Maya, who agreed that in both destinations there is a lot of acceptance and demand for this type of festivals. A part of the proceeds from this event will be used to help the stray animals in the region.
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