To welcome the arrival of fall in South Florida, Chotto Matte Miami will pay tribute to its South American roots and honor Día de los Muertos (November 1-2) with a celebration on Saturday, October 30. The Nikkei restaurant’s main event will feature the energetic commemoration of the afterlife, offering diners a robust array of eye-catching entertainment, stimulating Latin beats, enchanting dishes, and specialty cocktails featuring Código 1530—a premium and authentically distilled tequila brand hailing from Mexico.
Chotto Matte will kick off its week-long festivities on Tuesday, October 26, unveiling the vibrant art installations spanning the intriguing space. Guests will enjoy a curated cocktail menu crafted with Código 1530, like the Dulce Muerte, made with Mezcal, crème de pèche, pineapple shrub, lime, and coriander, available through Tuesday, November 2. The restaurant will also serve a festive Dulce de Noche dessert with a pistachio financier, orange meringue, passion fruit cream, fresh red fruits, and mint cress.
Of course, a culinary experience at Chotto Matte would be incomplete without indulging in Nikkei cuisine, which combines the fresh flavors of Japanese and Peruvian delicacies.