Chef Jason's Beer Dinner, featuring DeadBeach Brewery
An exclusive new culinary event is coming to Hotel Paso del Norte in El Paso, TX
The intimate dinner experience will welcome 20 people to the rooftop terrace of El Mirador overlooking views of Juarez and the Franklin Mountains. This is the terrace where people would come to watch the Mexican Revolution unfold in the early 1900s.
Guests will enjoy seven beer tastings paired with bites from Executive Chef, Jason Brumfiel, such as Hazelnut Reared Heritage Pork Belly, Truffle Oil Poached Halibut, Foie Gras Valrhona Chocolate Pistachio Bark, and more. Each menu item is inspired by the grains and hops from accompanying beers.
As part of this elevated culinary pop-up, this interactive event will showcase a line-up of beers from local Deadbeach Brewery including Chuco Lauger, Abuela Stout, Peachbreaker Sour, and Road to El Dorado.
Brew Master Gabe Montoya will be on hand.
Seating is a farm-table style
April 4th, 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $175 per person
Tickets are transferable but non-refundable
10 Henry Trost Ct., El Paso, TX 79901
Tickets can be purchased at www.hotelpdn.com/events/el-paso/chefs-beer-dinner.
More about DeadBeach Brewery can be found here www.deadbeach.com.
About Hotel Paso del Norte
Built by acclaimed Trost & Trost Architects in 1912, Hotel Paso del Norte is debuting a multi-million-dollar renovation. Here, every guest feels the soul of El Paso through luxurious amenities, culinary offerings, and refined service. Three restaurants, 351 beautifully appointed guest rooms, and 33,000 square feet of meeting and event space welcome locals and visitors with timeless elegance. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Hotel Paso del Norte has preserved more than a century of architectural treasures including the restored bronze statue of Mexican General Pancho Villa and U. S General John J. Perching; the 25-foot Tiffany-style, stained glass dome ceiling; and the revered 10th floor overlook where people would gather to safely watch the escapades of Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution.