February 25 @ 5:30 pm
Lindo Michoacan’s History:
Beautiful Michoacán – “Land of Lakes and Fishermen”
The Original Lindo Michoacan first opened its doors on January 6th, 1990. Starting with only 12 tables; today has three dining rooms that seat over 300 people and has also expanded to two other locations.
Javier Barajas, the proud owner of Lindo Michoacan learned to cook when his grandparents Timoteo and Ninfa sent him to study at a seminary in Michoacán. At the seminary a wooden revolving service door (the torno) separated the nuns in the kitchen from the priests and students in the dining hall. Through a crack in the door Javier developed a friendship with Mother Superior. After a few months, Sister Anita asked Javier to come to the kitchen every day to help the nuns lift and move the heavy pots and pans. She quickly noticed Javier was quick and eager to learn. Before long, she was teaching him how to help with the food preparations as well. He spent years mastering the secret of Michoacán Cuisine.
Today Javier and his family bring the great food and cultural traditions of Lindo Michoacán to Las Vegas. In México they say, “If you want good food, go to Michoacán.” In Las Vegas we say, “If you want good food, come to Lindo Michoacán.”
When: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 Time: 5:30 pm
Where: Lindo Michoacán, 10082 W. Flamingo Rd, 702-838-9990
RSVP: Call or email Judy Hatcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 951-491-3442