dia de los muertos



dia de los muertos
Cafe Frida Shares a 3,000 Year Old Tradition:
A Tribute To The Afterlife
In Mexico, every November 1st and
2nd we celebrate The Day of Dead.
Death is seen as transition - there is
no sorrow, as it is a celebration to life.
During this holiday the living ones
prepare to welcome and rejoice our
beloved passed ones as they pay
a visit to the physical plane.
We celebrate them with offerings
and their favorite food. It is a
celebration for everyone-dead and
alive, it is a celebration of senses,
where we enter the invisible world
of spirits through flavours, aromas,
colors, spices, and inciense.
From October 24 to November 8,
experience a little magic of Mexico
with our legendary ritual and tradition.
Altar de Muertos, Ofrendas and Special Menu
368 Columbus Ave, New York NY 10024
T 212-712-2929
“menu entre muertos”
“no estaba muerto, andaba de parranda”
(he was not dead, he was just blasting…)
“La Catrina” Margarita 13
mezcal, fresh guava, clove and cinnamon syrup
“pa’ morirse” (to die for)
Sopa De Calabaza 8
Butternut Squash Cream, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds, Corn Dumplings
Zacahuil 9
Huasteca Style Pork Tamal Wrapped in Banana Leaf, Ancho, Guajillo
Enchiladitas De Flor De Calabaza 13
Zucchini Blossom Enchiladas, Pumpkin Seed Mole
“redencion” (redemption)
Pipian Verde de Res con Uchepo 24
Braised Short Ribs, Green Pipian, Fresh Corn Tamal
Mole Manchamanteles 23
Pork Tenderloin Stuffed With Almonds, Walnuts, Prunes, Sauteed Swisschard
Guajolote con Barbacoa Blanca 22
Slow-Cooked Turkey, Avocado-Banana Leaf Barbacoa, Anisette Tamal
“directo a la gloria” (straight way to heaven)
Pumpkin Tartalette 7
Pumpkin Cinnamon Tart
Xocomole 8
Chocolate-Mole Mousse