San Miguel and its Flavors leave an economic impact of 1.3 million pesos


San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, consolidates its position as a gastronomic destination in Mexico by holding the “San Miguel y sus Sabores” festival, an event that brought together more than 4,600 attendees and left an economic impact of more than 1,300,000 pesos.
The gastronomic festival brought together more than 29 restaurants that offered dishes with a maximum cost of 70 pesos to visitors.

Among the participating restaurants are Mamá Mía, La Garufa, Soltribe, Bugambilia, La Doña, Shophie, Il Mercantino, Centanni, Maeh, La Doña San Miguel, Momma, La Única, El Puerto, Pastelería Jacinto, Aquí Castilla, among others.

Attendees were also able to enjoy a select variety of local craft beers from Cerveza Allende and wines from the firm La Santísima Trinidad.

The National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac SMA) supported the event that celebrated the culinary and cultural wealth of the region, positioning San Miguel de Allende as an international gastronomic destination.

Source: revistafortuna