Summer has officially arrived and the stylish contemporary Mexican restaurant Mirame in Beverly Hills is celebrating with activations on its new al fresco patio, The Way Güey Back.
On Sunday, June 26, Mírame will debut its new concept, The Way Güey Back, with a limited menu of barbacoa, mariscos, cocktails and mezcal flights served out of the restaurant’s newly retrofitted 1958 International MetroVan by H.B. Casper. The weekend series will take place every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m., until they sell out. Expect the same seasonal, regional ingredients sourced by Michelin-star chef Josh Gil, presented in a relaxed and casual setting with live music.
For those looking for a more elevated time, chef Gil also will be putting on a new omakase experience in the back patio area, kicking off on Friday, June 24. Priced at $95 per person, the chef will be curating a special six-course Mexican dinner served up with a bit of whimsy. Dinners can be designed to fit omnivore, carnivore appetites and those with dietary restrictions. Tickets can be purchased here.
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