Taste the Tijuana of 1934 at this Event in November

Drink and eat as celebritties did when running away from the Dry Law

Photo by: Tras/ Horizonte

Tras / Horizonte restaurant will bring to us a proof of what was the "Forbidden Tijuana" of 1934, the year in which the United States applied the "Dry Law" or "Ley Seca" to the citizenship.

The contribution of a collector who has in his possession a printed menu of a TJ diner of the year of 1932, will serve as inspiration to recreate some of the dishes that would give fame and life to the "forbidden" nights in the city back then, a situation that brought a lot of celebrities to this border city.

The Tras / Horizonte restaurant team will have the help of Chefs Maxim Pérez and Mike Reyes Uno.

There will be six previously selected dishes from this historic menu, accompanied by three cocktails of the time that you can enjoy Saturday November 25 at their facilities.

The first course will be served punctually at 9:30 pm.

Are you ready to bring the flavor of that time to the present?

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