Traditional Mexican Dinner At Bugambilia: $25usd
One and a half or two hours. Traditional Mexican Dinner Excursion.
Thursday, February 14 — 7:45 PM, following Luis Urrea’s keynote address. Fifteen minute walk or five minute taxi ride from the hotel.
If you’re new to the Writers’ Conference this dinner excursion is a great way to meet other writers on your first evening in San Miguel. Bugambilia is a traditional Mexican restaurant with indoor and courtyard seating in the center of town. Famous for its chiles en nogada, this establishment is loved by locals and tourists alike. For our evening there will be a four course set menu including margarita or non-alcoholic beverage. We also have a vegetarian option available.
Enjoy a fixed price Valentine’s Day dinner with other conference attendees at the very first restaurant in San Miguel, founded in the 1930′s.
Margarita or non-alcoholic beverage.
Ensalada de la Casa, a salad with three types of lettuce, three types of cheese, as well as grapes and apple.
Crema de la Cosecha, a corn cream soup with a touch of chile poblano.
For the main course you’ll get to choose between the following three selections.
Chile en Nogada, a poblano chile filled with ground beef, almonds, raisins, and covered in a cream sauce. Pomegranate seeds are sprinkled on top.
Pechuga de Pollo en Salsa de Mango, a chicken breast smothered in a delicious mango sauce and sprinkled with almonds. Comes with rice and scrumptious green beans.
Chile Relleno is our vegetarian choice, but made slightly different than you’ve probably had it before. The breaded poblano chile is filled with goat cheese and beans.
Flan de de la Casa
Choice of Coffee or Tea.