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Ming’s & Tears of Llorona present:
Four-course Dinner Event with Drink Pairings
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Join us for an unforgettable culinary experience
Co-hosted by 
Master Distiller Germán González Gorrochotegui from Tears of Llorona 

Experience the ultimate fusion of Asian and Mexican flavors at Ming's at La Cantera on Saturday, July 27, 2024. Indulge in a daring four-course dinner with drink pairings, in collaboration with Tears of Llorona Tequila, guaranteed to thrill any food and drink enthusiast.


This isn't just a meal; it’s a journey across continents, merging vibrant culinary traditions. Immerse yourself in an unforgettable evening where flavors collide, blend, and leave you yearning for more.

$85 per guest , must be 21+

Limited seats available. Tickets will sell out - secure yours now!


About Tears of Llorona

Tears of Llorona is a rare, handcrafted tequila created by Master Distiller Germán González Gorrochotegui. 

Germán González Gorrochotegui, one of the most celebrated working tequileros, was born in Mexico City with strong spirits running through his veins. He is the son of prominent tequilero Guillermo González Diaz Lombardo, who created Chinaco, the first ultra-premium tequila imported into the United States. Fascinated by the family business and eager to follow in his father’s footsteps, Germán chose to pursue a hands-on experience in tequila-making at his family’s distillery.


Germán immersed himself in every element of the tequila-making process, from working the agave fields, to spending time in the laboratory mastering the many intricacies of distillation. Today, Germán is considered to be one of the best living master tequileros by many aficionados and spirit experts.

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About Ming's

The Ming's story began with a stall at the Quarry Farmers Market back in 2011, where Ming Qian von Bargen introduced the very first steamed bao buns to San Antonio under the name Ming's Thing.


Since then, she kept growing the business along with the development of the city - expanding to catering services, a second market stall, and her first brick-and-mortar location in 2016. Ming's at Midtown, opened mid-pandemic, in September 2020. With a menu of steamed buns, noodle & rice bowls, seasonal desserts, and more, Ming's quickly became a local favorite.


The highly anticipated La Cantera location opened in April 2024. With 4300 square foot, 150 seats, Ming’s at La Cantera is an exciting step forward from its midtown location, featuring a full bar, Jujube.  Come explore our robust cocktail program and exclusive events.

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