Chef Jason (of course I'll refer to him on a first name basis, as if we're the closest of friends) described an open kitchen concept as very hands on. We created our own empanadas at our seats and he asks for volunteers to help him as he cooks right in front of you.
We were able to enjoy three tasty courses during their Old Spanish Cuisine night: empanadas with chimichurri sauce (does it sound like I know what I'm talking about?), stuffed tomatoes (my fave!!), and a rice with veggies and seafood. He does a great job of entertaining you during the evening and shares fun little kitchen and recipe facts. Feast your eyes on this good stuff-
|Empanadas with chimichurri sauce|
|Tomato stuffed with cheeses and a hamburger meat mixture|
|Rubber gloves for handling our pastries|
|Group shot with Chef Jason|
This was such a fun experience! Definitely look into it if you're in the area. He has some nights where he cooks very exotic things...like guinea pig. dead.serious. I'm very glad we did not show up for that night. So maybe read the fine print of your Groupon or you could be signing yourself up for "this could be your pet" night.