Have you had your Barra Barra “Best Margarita in San Diego for Only 5 Bucks!” yet?
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On Feb. 25, Barra Barra Saloon in Old Town is hosting an elegant five-course dinner with Herradura tequila cocktails and sipping tequila for each course from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The first course starts with smoked shrimp shooter with Yucatan cocktail sauce. The second and third course will feature a chorizo tostada with lime cream sauce and cumin-crusted halibut on a bed of creamed corn and clam shells. This is followed by the main course of marinated flank steak with summer sweet corn relish. Dessert is a mango-lime sorbet.

The event is the first tequila tasting presented by the new executive chef, Rolfy Chavez.

The event is $30 per person or $50 per couple. Reservations and a deposit are required. For more information or to purchase tickets call (619) 297-3100 ext. 22. Directions to Barra Barra can be found at http://www.FiestaDeReyes.com.

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Our new Executive Chef Rolfy Chavez was featured in The San Diego Union-Tribune on Feb. 16. See clip below:

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Old Town Hospitality Corp. has hired Rolfy Chavez as the new executive chef of Fiesta de Reyes and its three restaurants: Barra Barra Saloon, Casa de Reyes and the soon to open Cosmopolitan Hotel.

“Our guests should on the lookout for many new things at Fiesta de Reyes,” said Chavez. “There will be some menu additions to both Barra Barra and Casa de Reyes. I am planning on having more vegetarian options available for our guests and adding more happy hour and breakfast items such as crab omelets and benedicts with coriander hollandaise sauce and habanero and mole wings.”

Chavez spent the last two years with Ardent Hotels, implementing its Castle Ranch Steakhouse concept in several states.  At Ardent’s Holiday Inn Mission Valley, he fed the San Diego Chargers in training camp for two seasons and received great recognition by the team for outstanding food and service.  At the Castle Ranch Steakhouse in Craig, Colorado, he was recognized as one of the most influential chefs of the region by Craig Daily Press.

“Rolfy brings passion, a love of food, and a strong dedication to the success of Fiesta de Reyes in Old Town,” said Fiesta de Reyes owner Chuck Ross.  “An innovative, quality-oriented, and positive outlook toward food is a key factor to his success.”

For ten years prior, he worked as the executive chef for the Four Point Sheraton Hotel San Diego, where the restaurant was named “Rolfy’s Bistro.” There several cuisines were served from American and Mediterranean to French and Italian. In addition to the restaurant, he was responsible for banquet production, front and back of the house execution.

Chavez was previously the owner of a successful restaurant in Chula Vista and catering business. He began his training as a Sous Chef at the Sheraton Marina in San Diego where he later became Chef of the Cuisine.

Fiesta de Reyes is located at Juan and Calhoun streets, a one-block stroll from the Old Town Trolley Station. In addition to the Casa de Reyes restaurant and Barra Barra Saloon, the plaza boasts 14 specialty stores.  For more information call (619) 297-3100 or visit www.fiestadereyes.com

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New Executive Chef Rolfy Chavez is going to bring a combination of new and traditional flavors to the three restaurants in Fiesta de Reyes.

Where better to spend Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart than under the stars at Barra Barra Saloon in Old Town. Check out the menu below:

A Special Menu for You and Your Valentine
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Three-course Meal for Two
$29.95 per couple*

Complimentary Glass of Champagne

Choice of Roasted Corn and Poblano Chile Soup
OR
Hearts of Romaine & Balsamic Caesar Salad

Carne Asada with Chimichurri Sauce served with Marinated Grilled Gulf Prawn & Cheese Enchilada with Mole Sauce

All you can eat Spanish Rice, Refried Beans,
& Jicama Cole Slaw

Ice Cream Sopapillas with Chocolate Drizzles

Rolfy Chavez, Executive Chef
*does not include tax or gratuity

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Circus Fun in Old Town Every Sunday

— Family Fun Night is Sundays throughout February and March–

Every Sunday this February and March, the circus performers Mango and Dango will be bringing a festive, family-friendly atmosphere as part of the Spring Nights celebration in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.

“Mango and Dango will put on a high-energy performance both children and adults will enjoy,” said Fiesta de Reyes concessionaire Chuck Ross.

Mango and Dango combine old school circus techniques with creative character contemporary movement and energetic physical comedy. They incorporate circus skills such as juggling, acting, balance acts and sword swallowing into their act.

Presented by Fiesta de Reyes and all the Old Town State Park Merchants, Mango and Dango’s act will take place on the green in the main park plaza from 5:30 to 8 p.m. every evening in February and March.

There is free parking available after 5 p.m. in the Caltrans parking lot on Taylor Street in Old Town. For more information, please visit fiestadereyes.com or Facebook.com/fiestadereyes.

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By combining old school circus techniques and energetic physical comedy, Mango and Dango keep crowds laughing every Sunday at Fiesta de Reyes.

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Flavor of Fiesta de Reyes!

February 9, 2010

Here is a little flavor of Fiesta de Reyes:

Bonfire. Hot Latin music to ignite your passion for the weekend. Sounds like a perfect Friday night date under the stars. Grab someone you like and get down to Old Town tonight! Maybe you’ll get lucky. Starts around 6:00pm.

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Hot Latin Music and Hot Bonfire to keep you warm on the cool spring nights!
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Tonight’s free entertainment features the stylings of Luis Max & Blue Moon, hot Latin jazz, flanked by a huge bonfire.
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INFO:
WHEN:
Friday, February 5, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.

WHERE:
In the center of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, near the intersection of Wallace and Calhoun streets.

Here is a great recipe from our chefs at Fiesta de Reyes for Super Bowl Sunday. This recipe was featured in San Diego Home & Garden.

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