Best Mexican Food Monterey Coast
Drink and dance the Sunday afternoon blues away at the Whole Enchilada and Moss Landing Inn, Monterey.
As chef Luis Solano prepares prawn tamales, he extends an aromatic invitation to party guests. The scents of cilantro and lime tango through The Whole Enchilada’s kitchen, enticing anyone who wanders by to join the culinary dance. “Food is a celebration,” Luis declares. “In Spanish we say, ‘alegría corazón.’” The phrase, meaning “happy heart,” perfectly captures the mood of today’s private gathering. // Luis honors his father’s profession, tequila manufacturing, at The Whole Enchilada. He offers a well-stocked bar and friendly advice on what to sample. “There are so many boutique tequilas coming out now,” he says. “But for the best, you go to the people who’ve been making it for hundreds of years. It has to be bottled in Mexico, 100 percent agave.” Sauza Hornitas is ideal for traditional margaritas. For straight sipping, Luis suggests Cazadores Reposado, a solid, peppery tequila. He’s also a big fan of Herradura. Whatever the choice, he cautions against liquors that use molasses to increase the alcohol and darken the color. Luis says, “That’s what goes to your head and makes Montezuma mad.” -Sarah Brueggemann Coastal Living
Things to do in Moss Landing
Website: Whole Enchilada
Whole Enchilada and Moss Landing Inn
7902 Highway 1
Moss Landing, CA 95039
Connect with Me Subscribe - Twitter - Facebook Pinterest
Want to write a Guest Post for Things You Should Do?
Travel Blogger Guest Posts: If you'd like to write a guest post about your favorite restaurant, hotel or golf course - I would love it. Requirements, it must be an independent property (No chains!), it must have a website, you must have a good photo and it must be someplace you LOVE! I also accept advertisements and sponsored posts from those writing on behalf of a business. For more info, contact me at julie -at- things you should do dot com (no spaces) with the subject line guest post or advertising.
Have you Liked us Yet?
Join my Facebook Fan Page and add your favorite restaurants, hotels, golf courses, etc. right to the wall.
My comment policy - I think of this blog as my living room. If you're friendly, you're welcome here, but I don't want to share my home with spammers or rude people. And please don't forget - if you have a question or comment for the business featured here - their website link is listed above.
Filed under California, Cinco de Mayo, Food & Drink, Mexican, Monterey Peninsula.
RSS 2.0, ,
Respond, or trackback.