Lent - April 7th-14th

Cuaresma, which comes from the word cuarenta, meaning "40", is one of the most important holidays of the year for Mexicans of Catholic faith. For 40 days and nights, Cuaresma is a time of simple living, reflection and thankfulness. It is also a time of penitence, with many giving up meat on Fridays, and substituting fish and other vegetarian dishes to honor their faith.

Cuaresma is celebrated throughout Mexico with a menu that includes early spring vegetables, sweet and piquant roasted beets, and fragrant seafood dishes with savory herbs and moles.  Even a true carnivore will indulge! 


Desert Flower

Maestro Dobel Diamante, prickly pear, Bitter Truth elderflower, agave, lime  13

First Courses

Ensalada de Betabel

cayenne marinated beets, avocado, pinto beans, arugula, toasted almonds, cumin-sherry vinaigrette  9
Pinot Gris  Cloudline  2012  Williamette Valley, Oregon  9/34

Quesadilla de Flor de Calabaza

squash blossoms, sautéed huitlacoche, Oaxacan cheese, avocado pico, organic house-made spelt tortillas  13
Rioja  Martinez Corta  Tempranillo  2014  Spain 9/34

Second Courses

Tacos de Langosta

poached lobster meat, avocado, chipotle crema, pickled red cabbage, organic house-made corn tortillas  15
Chardonnay Felino Vi?a Cobos   2015   Mendoza  Argentina   12/46

Pescado Pargo con Achiote

achiote marinated red snapper, black beans, turmeric rice, citrus-garlic-achiote sauce, habanero-lime marinated red onions  25
Sauvignon Blanc  Adeñtu   2016   Valle Central  Chile   10/38


Budin de Chocolate y Cajeta

Girard dark chocolate cake, pecans, almonds, pistachio, goat’s milk caramel, raspberries  7
Herradura Añejo Highlands, Jalisco  14