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Noche Gitano Flamenca @ No Way José!

Saturday, December 5, 2020
7:30 p.m.
Ah, Flamenco! This cross-cultural art form that combines the various traditions of music, dance and cuisine of southern Spain arrives to Tu Casa en Vallarta.
 
Join us as No Way José! welcomes internationally-renowned guest chef, Eduardo Fernandez Perez, as he creates a Flamenco culinary experience and we premiere his enhanced presentations of No Way José! classic menu items.
 
Vallarta’s own guitarists, Eduardo Leon, Juan Manuel Ramirez Oliveros and Ignacio Delgado Flores, inspire us with their passionate flamenco stylings.
 
This is going to be one of those special nights in Tu Casa en Vallarta. Enjoy our open-air terrace with safely-spaced tables and delight in music and food to soothe your soul and energize your spirit.

From serving celebrities to power brokers, el Chef Eduardo comes to No Way José! to serve you.

With more than 22 years of experience in the culinary arts, Chef Eduardo Fernandez Perez, graduated from the University of Guadalajara in 2002.
 
 
Chef Eduardo has served on the faculties of recognized learning institutions such as El Tec Vallarta and Viscaya de las Americas.
 
Offering private chef services for private and tourist developments in Puerto Vallarta and La Rivera Nayarit, Chef Eduardo has served public personalities including the Carlos Slim family, Carlos Chedraui, Carlos Alasraki from the Cuervos Club series, David Salik, Maluma, the Kardashians and their friends Jordyn Woods and the model Nakita Johnson among other personalities.

Three of the best Flamenco Guitarists in Puerto Vallarta.

Juan Manuel Ramírez Oliveros, hails from Celaya, Guanajuato. He began playing the guitar at the age of 13 and was always involved with music classes since elementary school. With his first steps in music he approached rock and blues. Jimmy Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, T-bone Walker, etc. were always part of his inspiration. With Paco de Lucía he completely converted to flamenco technique, like many other guitarists who are “converted” by listening to the maestro’s touch. Juan Manuel has played with many people from the flamenco community in Mexico and has had the opportunity to travel to places such as Cuba at the international dance festival and to the cradle of flamenco, Andalusia, where he had the opportunity to live with gypsies in a more natural and free way.
 
Ignacio Delgado Flores, guitarist originally from Guadalajara Mexico, comes from a family of music lovers and musicians. Nacho began his studies as a guitarist at the age of 15 and he began to explore the world of rumba and world music, classical and traditional. His early years focused on studying the virtuoso Swedish guitarist Malmsteen on the electric guitar. Feeling passion for various genres, instruments and styles, he sought to expand his knowledge with different teachers of different genres, including flamenco, jazz, gypsy, Arabic, and Greek music. Nacho’s influences and his quest to develop his own style that will compile all his tastes in a single individual has been his path of study and training.
 
Eduardo Leon needs no introduction to the live music lovers in Puerto Vallarta. Originally from Oaxaca, Lalo arrived in Vallarta in 2011. Affectionately referred to as “el maestro,” Lalo’s diverse style transcends the range and limits of every genre. He contributes his excellent guitar stylings generously with local Vallarta performers and guest entertainers such as Piel Canela, Amy Armstrong, and Spencer Day to name just a few. Lalo lives his life according to a simple credo: “I always say yes,” which leads his path on exciting musical adventures and a life worth living.
 
These impressive guitarists provide an evening of Flamenco entertainment on this special night for only $200 pesos cover charge for the night.

A FLAMENCO INSPIRED MENU

Guest Chef Eduardo Fernandez Perez presents a 3-course menu invoking the flavors of southern Spain.  You can start with a mixed greens salad with port-caramelized apples and strips of Serrano ham.  Enjoy a traditional Spanish cazuela de mariscos (seafood stew) of shrimp and mussels on a bed of rice as your main course.  

Top off the meal with a creamy Catalana sparkling-wine infused custard.  

Revel in this Flamenco-inspired meal for only $680 pesos.  

Our regular menu will also be available.

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