MUERTOS III: Cuisine en Locale’s Third Annual MassMex Fiesta, featuring Walter Sickert & Booze Époque

Written by Angie Gaimari on 02 October 2013.


WHAT: Muertos III: A Day of the Dead fiesta, featuring farm-to-table MassMex cuisine, live music, custom cocktails and spooky side show antics galore

WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 7:30PM, All Souls’ Day/Halloween Weekend

HOW MUCH: General admission tickets are $35; a limited number of $50 VIP tickets come with a custom cocktail and passes to the private afterparty with the band. Reservations are required and limited, so get your tickets here. Cash bar.

WHERE: Cuisine en Locale’s new permanent home at the historical Anthony’s Functions, 156 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02145 (map). From boxing matches to bowling alleys, this space has always housed interesting people and events. Meet its ghosts and make history in its newest incarnation.

WHY: Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday that gathers people together to remember their dearly departed, by crafting altars honoring them with sugar skulls, marigolds, and their favorite foods and drinks.

WHO: Us of course, steamCRUNK superhero Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys, plus the Spirit Alchemists of Booze Époque

WHAT’S FOR DINNER: Because the dead can’t eat – only smell (the ultimate sense memory) – there will be mouthwateringly odiferous Taza chocolate chicken mole, tomatillo Stillman pork verde, fresh tortillas, peach salsa, pickled veggies, house-juiced agua fresca, and custom made corn ice cream from Toscanini’s, plus luscious libations from the lovely ladies of Booze Époque

WHAT TO WEAR: Dress skeletally, spookily, as a cool luchador wrestler or get extra wear out of your Halloween costume. Come as you are.



"When my wife went back to work three months after having our first child, we found ourselves eating takeout for weekday dinners four or even five times a week. It took a toll on our finances and our mental and physical health. Then we discovered ONCE a Week. Now we eat easy, delicious, interesting, and locally sourced dinners -- and for far less than we were spending on all that takeout. Every Tuesday is like Christmas when we eagerly look to see what we'll be eating that week. Thanks, JJ & Co., for solving weekday dinners for us."


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