HISTORY OF A HIDDEN BAR IN TIJUANA
It arrives in Tijuana as a unique proposal of its kind, with alcoholic combinations that are surprising to the palate, creating extraordinary drinks in a space that transports you to the 1930s.
With this new concept, Chef David Alarcon honors classic cocktails, reinterpreted and signature mixiology, presenting world cocktail trends at the hands of mixologist Miguel Cabada, a young promise of mixology from the north of the country.
Named in honor of one of the finest porcelains in the world: Ladro, which was stored in the clandestine basement of the Lliteras building, with high-end perfumes and European luxury glassware such as Lalique, Baccarat, Val Saint, which were acquired in Imports stores by wealthy families and foreigners of that time, some pieces were rescued and will be used to serve cocktails in this magical place.
MUSIC AND ART IN LLADRO
Visitors will be able to enjoy a high fidelity experience with HI FI sound and genres such as Jazz, Soul, Blues.
As well as an extended work of oil paintings by the Tijuana artist Maritza Saavedra, who made an intervention in several pieces to capture the essence of Tijuana and turn it into art.
The Lladro Speakeasy will open to the public on January 27. Access is through a secret door in Piedra Santa Restaurant, with a secret password, prior reservation on Instagram: @lladro.mx