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Taste Your Way around the Globe at the World Eats Party

The global cuisine guide comes to life at MCASD on November 15

The November issue hits newsstands today and inside the Global Cuisine Guide, you’ll find 93 restaurants that specialize in cuisine from around the world. As a nod to their talents and a celebration of the diversity that is thriving in our city’s dining scene, San Diego Magazine will host the inaugural World Eats Party on November 15 at the Museum of Contemporary Art downtown.

Nineteen featured restaurants representing 13 different countries will serve their signature dishes alongside live music and MCASD’s latest art exhibition. Dine on dumplings from Steamy Piggy, ceviche from Pisco, paella from Café Sevilla, lamb tacos from Aqui es Texcoco, and so much more. And since you’ll need something to wash all those bites down with, 1888 Rum will be mixing craft cocktails for your drinking pleasure.

Tickets to World Eats included unlimited bites and beverages so you can indulge in every restaurant’s specialty. Plus, early arrivals receive an 1888 rum swag bag filled with Chosen Foods avocado oil, Chuao chocolate, and a copy of the November issue.

Event details:

San Diego Magazine’s World Eats Party
November 15, 2017
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Tickets are $45 for unlimited food and drinks

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