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World Eats 2017

Join us for the inaugural celebration of San Diego's diversity in cuisine



Published:

Nov. 15, 2017
6:30-8:30 p.m.

MCASD Downtown
1100 Kettner Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92101

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Event Overview

Inside the November issue's Global Cuisine Guide are 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.

21 + over only.

 

Tickets

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.

Tickets will not be available at the door.

 

 

Participating Restaurants

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. Not a cocktail fan? There will be craft beer and wine too.

ARGENTINA

Pampas Argentine Grill

BRAZIL

Sabor de Vida Brazilian Grill

CHINA

Dumpling Inn
Steamy Piggy

ETHIOPIA

Muzita Abyssinian Bistro

GREECE

Georgia's Greek Cuisine

ITALY

Cucina SORELLA
Officine Buona Forchetta

JAPAN

Rakiraki Ramen

MEXICO

Aquí es Texcoco
Karina's Ceviches & More

PERU

Café Secret
Panca Peruvian Cuisine & Rotisserie
Pisco Rotisserie and Cevicheria

SOUTH AFRICA

Malted Diner

SPAIN

Cafe Sevilla
Cueva Bar

TAIWAN

Iceskimo

THAILAND

Saffron Thai

 

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