Legendary Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael “Playmaker” Irvin and Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Ne-Yo to host special dinner at the popular Spanish concept’s first US location

Los Angeles, CATatel, the new LA extension of the original Spanish brand, will be hosting The Big Game dinner for VIP’s on Friday, February 11th, 2022 from 7pm-2am, at 453 N Canon Dr., with prominent figures in sports and entertainment.

Legendary Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael “Playmaker” Irvin will be hosting, along with Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Ne-Yo, who will do a special performance. There will also be special performances by International DJ and Comedian Georgia Sinclair, musical artist Ambrxse and singer-songwriter Luck.

Tatel Beverly Hills is the first U.S. outpost of the very popular Spanish restaurant, which has locations in Ibiza and Madrid. The restaurant was created by partners Manuel Campos Guallar, Abel Matutes Prats, and tennis legend Rafael Nadal, within the hospitality subsidiary of their investment company Mabel Capital. The restaurant’s investors include soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo and Los Angeles Lakers player Pau Gasol.

Tatel’s kitchen is being run by Michelin-starred chef Luigi Fineo. Fineo received the Michelin star in 2008 while operating as the executive chef at Chef at La Botte Ristorante in Santa Monica, Calif., a first for the restaurant. That made Fineo the youngest chef to receive the honor. Most recently, Fineo worked alongside chef Gino Angelini as executive chef of Rivabella Ristorante in West Hollywood.

Fineo’s menu for Tatel focuses on organic and locally sourced ingredients, Mediterranean recipes and quality Spanish seafood tradition. The dinner menu for the Superbowl event will feature items like Ora King salmon with dill & vermouth, 8oz grilled prime beef tenderloin, grilled Cornish Hen, tuna tartar and Iberico Ham.


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