If you were out of town for the sweltering summer, lucky you—except you missed three of four events in a cool “summer culinary adventure” series brought to us by DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails and Chef Janos Wilder, called “DOWNTOWN’S Around the Globe—Cities of Gastronomy.” These events highlight Tucson’s culinary heritage with cooking classes and “pop-up dinners” at Wilder’s Carriage House restaurant.
Anyway, if you missed the first three, be glad there’s one more event in the series
and it just might be the best—featuring a special guest, award-winning Chef Diego Hernandez from Ensenada, Mexico, a “sister” City of Gastronomy. Chef Hernandez will share some of his Baja California signature recipes from his restaurant Corazon de Tierra in Guadalupe, named one of the top restaurants in Latin America.
The event starts at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7 with a cooking class, followed by hors d’oeuvres and a five-course dinner. Participation per person is $80; register at carriagehousetucson.com