MEZCAL TASTING WITH THE NEW YORK TIMES

Join us for a mezcal tasting in Tulum, Mexico. We are at Gitano Tulum with head bartender Maria Ronchi to learn about the history of mezcal and to try varieties from different regions in Mexico. If there’s a type of mezcal you’d like us to try, let NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy know in the comments.

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Join us for a mezcal tasting in Tulum, Mexico. We are at Gitano Tulum with head bartender Maria Ronchi to learn about the history of mezcal and to try varieties from different regions in Mexico. If there’s a type of mezcal you’d like us to try, let NYT reporter Nilo Tabrizy know in the comments.

Posted by The New York Times on Friday, February 3, 2017

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GITANO ON STAFF MEALS OF THE WORLD

A beautiful story about the Gitano team on Staff Meals Of The World! 
http://www.staff-meals.com/gitano/

 

"Gitano is all about sharing happiness"

IMAGINE WORKING ALONGSIDE YOUR BEST FRIENDS

The staff are just as naturally inspiring as the setting. A talent pool of chefs, managers, servers, and world-class mixologists, hailing from Mexico, Europe, Canada, USA and all through Central and South America make up the team. The atmosphere is truly family-like and jubilant: akin to putting 25 best friends together for a working shift. Everyone is genuinely happy who works here, and they want this infectious mood to flow into the guests.

 

Gitano Tulum in Travel + Leisure

READ ARTICLE HERE: http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/tulum-restaurants-bars-hotel Gitano Since its opening two years ago, Gitano, a mescal bar, has quickly become the place to go for cocktails, dancing, and lite bites. Tiny lanterns are hung on overhead branches and an array of beautiful chandeliers glitter from above. Hungry? Try the pickled beets with lime yogurt, jicama, and sunflower seeds or the beef and pork meatballs topped with queso cotija. Two Gitano cocktail classics not to miss: the Mescal Mule and the Stardust. The traditional mule—mixed with Gitano’s own house made mescal—is smoky and sweet, while the Stardust, made with mescal, dark rum, and a plethora of fresh juices, is light and fruity. Each beverage is topped with an assortment of unique trimmings, like a smoking cinnamon stick.

READ ARTICLE HERE: http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/tulum-restaurants-bars-hotel

Gitano

Since its opening two years ago, Gitano, a mescal bar, has quickly become the place to go for cocktails, dancing, and lite bites. Tiny lanterns are hung on overhead branches and an array of beautiful chandeliers glitter from above. Hungry? Try the pickled beets with lime yogurt, jicama, and sunflower seeds or the beef and pork meatballs topped with queso cotija.

Two Gitano cocktail classics not to miss: the Mescal Mule and the Stardust. The traditional mule—mixed with Gitano’s own house made mescal—is smoky and sweet, while the Stardust, made with mescal, dark rum, and a plethora of fresh juices, is light and fruity. Each beverage is topped with an assortment of unique trimmings, like a smoking cinnamon stick.

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