Last night at Number FOUR Restaurant the owner, Kim Everest, put on a fabulous event giving people a last chance to party with the band “The Tallboys” paired with free Real Gusto Reprosado (amber) and Silverado (white) free tequila.
As if that was not enough the Number Four Chefs Greg and Glenroy prepared a delicious special menu for the occasion available along with the regular menu.
Throughout the evening people were served samples of Real Gusto’s new tequilas they are promoting across Mexico by very nice representatives. The food as usual was amazing and I particularly can recommend the Steak Frites, the Seafood Green Curry and the Roasted Tomato Soup with reduced basil oil. We were a group of 10 and everyone ordered something different and everyone was happy.
There was dancing and table were removed to make more room for those wishing to dance to the toe-tapping music of The Tall Boys.
The reason I am writing about last evening, aside from the fact that it was another one of Kim’s exciting events, is that the restaurant both upstairs and downstairs where filled to the rafters with very happy people having a wonderful time.
To me this is, yet, another sign that things are, in fact, getting better in our beautiful village in the sun – Ajijic.
Often restaurants and stores are not experiencing the custom they would like but last night certainly put paid to that.
Also Le Nueva Posada at # 9 Donato Guerra (376) 766-1444 in Ajijic has been enjoying a full hotel and increased numbers in the dining room and garden. La Nueva Posada is open 7 days a week.
Number Four is located at #4 Donato Guerra (376)766-1360. They are open Thursday and Friday from 6:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 2:00 pm. You can also visit their website at: www.restaurantnumberfour.com