Brooklyn, NY, April 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Henry Fernandez and Adalis Velez, owners of La Gringa Taqueria to host “A Saucy Caribbean Style Cinco de Mayo” event on Monday, May 5, 2014 from 5-7pm at their East Williamsburg location, 800 Grand Ave, Brooklyn. La Gringa is turning their Taqueria into a Mexican art gallery while serving traditional Cinco de Mayo dishes with their signature Caribbean ingredients.
Henry and Adalis established La Gringa Taqueria in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2012, developing their signature dishes that are influenced by their Caribbean background, filling every meal with sweet plantains, and homemade seasoning and sauces. Their authentic display of conventional Tex-Mex continues with their cooking methods of handmade tortillas and blow torched chips and a neighboring atmosphere. La Gringa Taqueria makes sure to stay true to their motto of serving a fresh, healthy, and sustainable meal by having fresh ingredients delivered in daily, preparing their guacamole and pico de gallo prepared every morning, serving vegetarian style rice and beans, having all their tortillas handmade by a local Taqueria, and remaining eco friendly.
A Very Saucy Cinco de Mayo, will be a day of music, art and culture. From 5-7pm foodies, tourist, and neighborhood food goers will enjoy an evening of Mexican inspired art by Italian born artist Iena Cruz (Federico Massa), a well-known Brooklyn artist inspired by Mexican art. Iena Cruz has collaborated with fashion brands such as, La Perla and Marc by Marc Jacobs. In addition, La Gringa’s backyard area, will be open to the public all day to enjoy a complimentary margarita with purchase of one of La Gringa’s signature Caribbean style Tex-Mex cuisines.
For more information on Iena Cruz please visit www.ienacruz.com. For Cinco de Mayo catering and deliveries please visit lagringabk.com for more information.
If you cannot attend the event but would still like to set up a tasting please contact me at Kelly.email@example.com or 516.695.4112.
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Henry Fernandez and Adalis Velez opened La Gringa Taqueria in 2012, located on 800 Grand Ave, Brooklyn with a twist to traditional Tex-Mex by adding their own signature style from their roots of Caribbean ingredients that are delivered fresh daily and hold up to the eatery’s motto of serving fresh, healthy and sustainable food. La Gringa Taqueria is planning to expand to the New York City area in the summer of 2014. Henry Fernandez is also owner of Simply Fondue located in Queens, NY. www.lagringataquerianyc.com
Federico Massa, who goes by the alias Cruz, is a Brooklyn based artist from Italy. Cruz graduated from the “Academy of Fine Arts of Brera,” in Milan in 2006, where he studied set and design, but at the same time discovered a big art scene, learning new techniques to correlate them with sprays on the different surface. Cruz helped develop The Bag Art Factory collective in Milan, of which he is still an active member. Cruz has been a part of multiple projects and charity works. Also, he has collaborated his work with brands such as La Perla and Marc by Marc Jacobs. www.ienacruz.com