Where to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month: Chorizo, Ceviche, and Chocoladas
Hispanic Heritage month kicks off today and we’ve rounded up a few spots for you to enjoy delicious bites and beverages inspired by the Spanish speaking world. What better way to celebrate than with chorizo, ceviche, and chocolate-infused cocktails?
Journey to Medellín with Elcielo’s modern Colombian cuisine. Here, chef Juan Manuel Barrientos combines his avant-garde cooking techniques with traditional Colombian ingredients for a sensory rich dining experience. Book the 20+ course tasting menu for meticulously crafted drinks and a twist on traditional Colombian fare.
Join the fiesta with a sun-soaked dining experience at Que Padre. This coastal cantina’s craveworthy menu features street-style tacos, shareable plates, and the freshest flavors from all across Mexico. The beef birria tacos topped with jalapeño slaw are a must try.
Chef Enrique Limardo’s bold, contemporary approach at Seven Reasons introduces guests to the exquisite tastes and textures of Latin American cuisine. Reserve a seat at the chef’s table for an 8-course tasting of the chef’s most creative dishes.
For over 90 years the team behind Chocobar Cortés has been blending the spirit of Old San Juan with signature chocolate-infused cuisine. Like it hot? Sip on a chocolate calientes. Want it cold? Order a chocomartini or a frozen chocolada cocktail.
Autana Authentic Venezuelan Food
Autana combines the flavors of the Caribbean and South America for an authentic taste of Venezuelan cuisine. Stop by in the morning for coffee, empanadas, and sweet plantains with cheese. For dinner, order the three-course tasting menu for a traditional Venezuelan dining experience.
Zuzu Tapas & Paella
Zuzu’s renowned tapas menu draws from the unique culinary traditions of northern Spain and South America. Choose from the tapas frias menu for ceviche, boquerónes, and Spanish charcuterie. For queso frito, seafood paella, and seared pork cheeks, order from the tapas calientes menu.
BARDA is Detroit’s first authentic Argentinian and Latin American-inspired restaurant. The restaurant’s soul comes from its open fire kitchen and the ancestral cooking methods of Patagonia. Go for the burnt zucchini ceviche, short rib tira de asado, and chorizo Argentino with chimichurri.
Tito's Ceviche & Pisco
Tito’s is a family-owned ceviche spot preparing delicious Peruvian dishes with the freshest and highest quality ingredients. Enjoy tuna crudo tostones, seafood-focused Peruvian plates, and different variations of ceviche. End your meal with the picarones (Peruvian beignets).