This March 9th, guests at the exclusive Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, will be invited to indulge their senses in an evening of fine dining and exceptional cocktails courtesy of award-winning bar Licorería Limantour.
Since 2011, the Mexico City institution has been creating a mark on the capital’s cocktail scene with its blend of innovative mixology, superlative service, and enticing ambience. Having become a destination in its own right, the neighbourhood hangout was placed at number four on The World’s Best Bars list for 2022 and continues to tick all the right boxes.
The latest collaboration with Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, will see guest mixologists Yayo Nava and Pamela Lopez curate an evening of handcrafted drinks and innovative mixology, accompanied by live music for a fun and flamboyant evening.
The superb drinks menu will be partnered with an equally impressive culinary contribution, which has seen chefs such as Diego Muñoz manning the helm of the hotel’s state-of-the-art kitchens in previous guest takeovers.
The upcoming guest event builds on the resort’s commitment to delivering discerning experiences alongside its outstanding offering of natural beauty, first-class design, and immersive wellness opportunities, each blending old- and new-world Mexico for an unforgettable escape.
The exclusive property is nestled among the golden dunes of the Puerto Los Cabos coastline, making it a truly blissful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Since Zadún’s debut, it has been recognized as one of the world’s leading luxury travel experiences. It was recently named a Forbes Five Star hotel and designated a AAA Five Diamond property, thanks to its phenomenal offering of elegance, intimacy and heritage.
At Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, guests are guaranteed to experience some of the finest beaches, crystalline waters, and vibrant ecosystems in Mexico, as well as sample some of the region’s delicacies.
With a rich culinary heritage, Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is the perfect backdrop to celebrate the modern masterminds of Mexico’s food and drinks industry.