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April 19: Partida Tequila partners with Border Grill for margaritas and meal

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The fabulous celebrity chef duo creators of Border Grill (and many other fine restaurants) Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken are going to partner with Sofia Partida of Partida Tequila to bring us a wonderful multi-course meal where each dish is matched by a special Partida Tequila margarita.

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Amuse your bouche with this teaser from Executive Chef Alex Moreno: oyster shooters with black pepper-infused tequila, cucumber, and preserved Meyer lemon.

The full menu and margarita list will be released later, but why wait? Make your reservations now before it sells out.

This Examiner will be traveling to Scandinavia for two weeks prior to this event. Any time I return from a trip outside Latin America I need to reset my palate with delicious Mexican food, and there's no better fix than dinner at Border Grill. ¡Salud!

WHEN: Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

HOW MUCH: $50 for VIP members, $55 non-members (you can join the VIP club there)

WHERE:

CONTACT & RSVP: at the restaurant: 310-451-1655

From the press release:

ABOUT

Border Grill Santa Monica

Enjoy modern Mexican food in a vibrant setting at Border Grill, the hip, urban cantina from Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters” and Food Network’s “Too Hot Tamales”. Presenting the bold foods and flavors of Mexico, Border Grill establishes the standard for gourmet Mexican fare in Los Angeles.

For more information, visit www.bordergrill.com.

About Partida Tequila

Partida Tequila is an authentic, all-natural, estate-grown ultra premium Tequila, made from 100% blue agave in the heart of Mexico's historic Tequila Valley region. The Partida estate allows their agave plants seven to ten years from shoots to harvest to fully mature, ensuring full, ripe, rich flavor. For more information about Partida Tequila, go to www.partidatequila.com

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