Junior League Of Tucson To Host Spanish Themed “Noche Española”

The Junior League of Tucson is bringing a little Spain to Tucson.

On Saturday, April 16 at St. Philip’s Plaza from 6pm to 10pm, the Junior League will host Noche Española, a fundraising event that will feature live music from Tesoro, flamenco performances, and Spanish inspired food and cocktails.

The food and drink lineup features a well-rounded variety of local businesses serving tasty sounding treats, including:

Food Vendors
  • Amalour Revival Lounge – TBD
  • Beyond Bread – Seasonal Gazpacho
  • BrushFire BBQ Co. – Specialty smoked meats and sides
  • Contigo Latin Kitchen – Dates stuffed with chorizo wrapped in pork, with Spanish spiced almonds
  • Ermanos Craft Beer and Wine Bar – TBD
  • Goodness Kitchen – Veggie Moqueca with coconut milk, rice, veggies, toasted almonds, chili, and cilantro
  • Humble Pie – TBD
  • Mama’s Hawaiian Barbecue – Hawaiian Paella with Portuguese sausage, spam, and shrimp
  • Nothing Bundt Cake – Bite-sized cakes with chocolate chip, lemon, white chocolate, raspberry, and red velvet
  • Reforma Concina Y Cantina– Enchiladas with chicken, corn tortilla, mole Colorado, avocado, and cheese
  • Sullivan’s Steakhouse – Spanish chorizo and middle neck clams in white wine sauce
  • The Living Room – Mixed berry crepes and meatball sliders
  • Union Public House – Cuban sandwiches
Drink Vendors
  • The Living Room – Housemade sangria
  • The Independent Distillery – Darjeeling ice water with gin, lime juice, grapefruit, and sparkling water
  • Three Wells Distilling Company – TBD

Admission is $55 per person. Noche Española is a 21 years or older event.

Proceeds benefit the Junior League of Tucson, an organization of women promoting voluntarism and building a better community.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Noche Española Facebook Page.

Gloria Knott was Tucson Foodie's 2016 journalism and social media intern.

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