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CANTINA LA VEINTE HOSTED A MEMORABLE PARTY LAST NIGHT WITH MORE THAN 600 CELEBRITIES, DIGNITARIES AND SOCIALITES TO CELEBRATE ITS TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Adriana de Moura
Adriana de Moura

MIAMI,FL. (September 1, 2016)  – On August 31, more than 600 VIP guests gathered at Cantina La Veinte – South Florida’s most upscale Mexican waterfront restaurant & bar – to celebrate its two-year anniversary.

The Brickell Avenue restaurant was filled with celebrities, socialites, Mexican dignitaries, and foodies alike. Owners Alberto Cinta, Inigo Domenech and Ramon Perez flew in from Mexico for this special soiree, mingling with guests throughout the night. Famed invitees walked the red carpet and posed for photo opps, including Janice Combs; Romero Britto; Adriana de Moura; Lisa Hochstein; Marysol Patton; Alexia Echevarria; Periko y Jessi Leon – Singers/Latin Grammy Nominees; Maahez and Sebastian Arango; Jenny Lopez; Alex y Katy Ospina(TeAmoHijoTv); Alexandra Pomales (Telemundo); Andrea Minski (Telemundo); Carlos Calderon (TV Host Univision, Sal y Pimiento, El gordo y la Flaca); Carolina Sandoval (Telemundo);Danela Urbay (Univision); Emilio y Luifer – Los Cadillacs (Singer/Duo); Farruko (Singer); Fuego (Singer); Gabriel Coronel (Actor Telemundo, singer); Gabriel Parisi (Singer); Jessica Cerezo (Telemundo); Jonathan Moly (Singer); Los Cadillacs (Singers); Los Pichy Boys (Influencers); Luis Alfonso Borrego (TV Host Telemundo, Suelta la Sopa/ Editor People en Espanol); Maffio (Singer); Magic Juan (Singer); Maritza Bustamante (Telemundo); Mathew Windey (infuencer); Natalija Dedic;  Oscar Carvallo (fashion designer); Sammy Gicherman(Fashion Designer); Sixto Rein (Singer); Stephy Carrillo (CNN); Victor Drija (Singer);  Wanda Disidoro (Telemundo); William Valdes (TV Host Univision, Despierta America) and Fabrizio Cocchi (interior designer).

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As the night continued, a mariachi band entertained the crowd as guests experienced a menu of traditional Mexican cuisine, including signature ceviches and tostadas thanks to Cantina’s Executive Chef, Santiago Gomez. An assortment of specialty cocktails including spicy margaritas flowed all night long and guests stayed till wee hours. In ode to beloved Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, who died earlier in the week, Cantina played a tribute on its big TV screens throughout the massive restaurant; it was quite a moving moment as over 600+ guests sang along and teared up as his hit songs was played.  

Cantina La Veiente opened its first U.S. outpost in Miami in 2014 and has quickly become a favorite hot spot for local foodies and tourists alike. Located in downtown Miami’s Icon Brickell, the waterfront restaurant and bar offers an authentic Cantina dining experience – a traditional Mexican gastronomic adventure in which the bar plays a pivotal role and offers a cultural expression of its location. Cantina La Veinte provides high-end dining experiences and exceptional service in a luxurious yet unpretentious setting. There, guests can enjoy an extensive menu of traditional Mexican cuisine, as well as specially crafted cocktails and one of the country’s largest selections of high-end tequilas and mezcals.

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Cantina La Veinte is located at 495 Brickell Avenue at the Icon Brickell. For reservations please call: (786) 623-6135. Please follow Cantina La Veinte Miami on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/la20miami?fref=ts and on Instagram @CantinaLa20.

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