Day of the Dead Celebration!

Flan from Gustazo

Coming together for the Day of the Dead symbolizes our gratitude for one another and serves as an offering to ensure the people we’ve loved and lost are happy, cared for and remembered. According to traditional Chinese beliefs, those who observe the Day of the Dead will receive help from the spirits and benefit from increased happiness, success and good fortune.

We’ve planned a small event in Belmont, Mass. to bring friends & family together over great food. Attendees will experience a new take on the holiday. The event is open to the public, sign up below or share how you will celebrate in the comment section.

Day of the Dead

Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 7 pm – 9 pm

Gustazo Cafe 289 Belmont Street Belmont, Mass.

Your $30 ticket includes wine, a donation to Trauma to Art & a family-style feast of…

Swordfish ceviche with red onions, avocado, tomatoes and cilantro, served with yuca chips.

Slow roasted pork, marinated with traditional mojo sauce.

Grilled chicken thighs, glazed with sweet guava sauce.

Basmati rice, Cuban black beans and sweet ripe fried plantains. Buy your ticket here!

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