The 15th Annual Mole Festival promises to be an exciting gastro-cultura culinary experience sure to satisfy the community with good food, drinks, cultura, y música while supporting Centro Cultural Aztlan’s commitment to preserving and promoting Chicano/a, Latino/a, and indigenous arts and culture, and through our commitment to diversity, education, and promotion of local artists.
Get your taste buds ready for one of the most deliciously unique fundraising events in San Antonio. Decadent Mole dishes will be prepared and generously donated by local restaurants, local chefs, and community cooks for your taste buds to enjoy.
Refreshing beverages will be provided along with specialty drinks crafted by Tito’s Handmade Vodka. After tasting over 20 of the best Moles in San Antonio, guests and invited judges will vote for their favorite Mole. Don’t miss your chance to watch the city’s top chefs, cooks, and restaurants compete for bragging rights with their best Mole! Join us as we name the next champion of the Mole Festival! Participating chefs, restaurants, and cooks include: Mi Frijoles Catering, Berta Romo Rios, Los Laureles Cafe, F.R.I.D.A. Fest, Flor de Chiapas, Gorditas Doña Tota, Taqueria Tapatia, Fiestas del Mundo Travel, Camelia’s Taqueria, The Haven Southtown, San Taco, Taqueria Datapoint (Deco), Los Chiles Mexican Restaurant, Don Adolfo’s Bar and Grill, El Tequila Mexican Bar, Francisco Cid/El Oaxaqueño, La Barranca Mexican Restaurant, Panfila Cantina, Taqueria El Patron, and Los Cocos Mexican Restaurant.
Dance the night away to the amazing live music of Andy Bernal & The Artifax, Karen Wells & South River, Armando Martinez, Juan Cabrera Harpist, and Introducing Vincent Garza & Jacob Luna!
General Admission tickets for the event are $40.00 per person.
Reserved seating is available at different donation levels beginning at $75 per person.
For more information, please call Centro Cultural Aztlan M-F, 10am to 4pm at 210-432-1896 or come by Centro Cultural Aztlan’s office located in the Deco Building at 1800 Fredericksburg Road, Suite 103. www.centroaztlan.org