- 40 of the best chefs, sommeliers and speakers from Mexico and around the world are getting ready to receive over 1,200 people a day with show cooking, conferences, workshops, tastings and an Expo Zone for business meetings.
The details of the 7th Vallarta Nayarit Gastronómico—that will take place from October 4-7, 2015—were announced during a press conference held Thursday, September 10, 2015, at the Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta in Nuevo Nayarit, Riviera Nayarit.
Event directors, Consuelo Elipe and Carlos Elizondo, headed the forum. State representatives included Begoña Mondragón, Promotions Director for the Nayarit Department of Tourism, and Ludwig Estrada Virgen, the Regional Tourism Director for the northern coast of Jalisco.
Marc Murphy, Managing Director of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Miguel Andrés Hernández, Director of the Puerto Vallarta Convention and Visitors Bureau, were also present. Jesús Morales, Mexico Sales Director for the HRHV, was the host of the evening.
The event was presented under the slogan “Because the Best Recipe is Learning from the Stars.” There will be 40 chefs, sommeliers and speakers from Mexico and around the world, who will be offering show cookings, conferences, workshops and tastings, as well as an Expo Zone for business meetings.
Approximately 1,200 attendees per day are expected to come in from the 20 states of the Mexican Republic, which translates into 3,500 room nights during the event and an economic impact of approximately 12 million pesos.
The guest country this year is Panama; Guanajuato is the guest state for the second year in a row. You can check out the packages available during the event on the official page here http://www.vallartanayaritgastronomica.com/.
Expect traditional cuisine, evolutionary cuisine, molecular cuisine, mixology, confectionary and much more at Vallarta Nayarit Gastronómica 2015.
Click here to download the audios with the announcements and the images: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zpmmmj93endb4ce/AAAi0u-CKviR4TpOfiD9KPvca?dl=0.