A Culinary Experience At Formula 1 in Mexico City
When great food and adrenaline meet!
For those that didn’t know, the round eighteen of the 2017 FIA Formula 1 season will take place on October 27th – 29th at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City, Mexico. At Nima, we couldn’t be more excited as this is one of our favorite events of the year! We love this event because it offers an exceptional experience, and this time we would like to focus on one in particular: the culinary one.
For the second year in a row, the F1 organizers in Mexico will hold an event called “El sabor de la fórmula 1”, which includes a culinary experience inspired by automobiles and F1.
Mexican food and adrenaline, sounds like a good idea, don’t you think?
So from the 16th of this month till the 29th, a selected group of chefs and restaurants will be creating automobile adrenaline inspired dishes for true F1 fans to enjoy during this great event.
This year more than 100 restaurants will be participating. You can find them here:http://www.mexicogp.mx/elsaborf1/
And if you’re a social media obsessed person like we are, there’s a contest going on! If you go to one of the restaurants participating between the 16th and the 22nd of this month and share a photo of one of their plates on social media using the hashtag #ElSaborF1 you could be one of the lucky winners of a F1 double pass and a Paul McCartney double pass for his concert in Mexico City on the 28th of this month!
By the way, at Nima we have partnered with Foundation Techo and Kaluz to build houses for those who were affected by the September Earthquakes in Mexico. We are collecting donations that will be used to build houses in strategic locations where help is much needed. Foundation Kaluz has pledged to double all of our donations in order to make as many houses as possible. In an effort to encourage guests at Nima to donate, we have decided to offer 20% discount to those that send your donations receipts to firstname.lastname@example.org! WE CAN DO THIS!
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