**Only 16 Tickets left!**

Chef’s Plate, the ultimate traveling cooking competition, is heading south of the border to the Valle de Guadalupe in Baja, Mexico.  Often called the “Napa of Mexico”, those in the know have been privy to its unique character that gives it a flavor of its own.  On Saturday July 25th, 2015 (5-9pm) three of Baja’s top chefs will be cooking whole lambs fresh from the farms of El Mogor served family style to 140 guests.

In addition, each chef will be mentoring one chef to participate in our live culinary competition where they will prepare 3 dishes for our esteemed panel of judges. The event will take place at Deckman’s En El Mogor.

Five of the valley’s top wineries (Lomita, Monte Xanic, Viñas de Garza, Lechuza Vineyards and Aborigen) will be providing wine and Agua Mala, one of Baja’s best craft brewers, will be serving beer.  Special treats highlighting the bounty of Baja will also be served al fresco under the summer sky.

If you have ever dreamed of going down to Valle de Guadalupe, now is your chance to experience the best it has to offer in one exclusive night.  Seats are limited, book yours now for $75.

Event Day Transportation:
Chef’s Roll is proud to partner with Baja Wine + Food to provide shared private bus transportation and on-board service from San Diego (leaves from Old Town Trolley Station) to Valle de Guadalupe. Click here for transport down and back for the day of the event.

Private Transportation and Accomodation:
For private groups, accommodations & concierge services please contact Fernando Gaxiola at
fgaxiola@bajawinefood.com.

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