Join us Dec. 13th as the Roaming Red Fez visits Don Julio Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar in Orlando. This is the event mentioned at our last stated meeting.
The story of Don Julio reflects a family tradition in the world of traditional Mexican cuisine, which comes from the great-grandparents of the current generation of the family.
In 1975, Don Sacramento Rodriguez opened one of the first Mexican restaurants in the United States, in the city of Athens, GA. There he developed from the hands of his wife Josephine (Doña Pepa) the most delicious recipes brought from his native Jalisco. This restaurant was called “El Azteca”. Today, Don Julio Mexican Kitchen and Don Julio Mexican Grill continues this tradition in the region of Central Florida, with its current locations in Orlando and Lake Mary, with the Chef Jesus Roman, who also develop recipes Doña Pepa with his own touch, and of course on the menu included their own creations.
Don Sacramento developed a recipe for the preparation of daisies, which his heirs kept secret, and gave it a special flavor, preferred by people who have had the pleasure to try them. For all this, we are confident that Don Julio has the true flavor of Mexico.
Shrine Shirt is recommended but not required
(unless Ill Sir Mitch says otherwise).