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Second Annual Oaxanukkah Dinner

After hosting popular Passover Dinners each spring for the past four years, last December Comal added a new twist on the Jewish/Mexican mash-up theme with a Mexican-inspired pair of Oaxanukkah Dinners, which were a huge hit. The 2nd annual installment of these multi-course family-style dinners will take place in Abajo, Comal’s intimate private dining room, on Monday, December 26th and Tuesday, December 27th. Executive Chef Matt Gandin has created a menu in his signature Mexican style inspired by classic Hanukkah dishes. While a menorah will be lit, this is first and foremost a fun cultural celebration, a mash-up of traditional Hanukkah dishes and Mexican flavors.

The dinners will start promptly at 6:30 pm. Seating is limited to 22 diners per night, and based on past events, tickets are expected to sell fast. Tickets are $75 per person (hospitality included but beverages excluded).


Dinner Menu:

Oaxanukkah Dinner Menu

Tequila-cured Salmon avocado, endive, radish, cilantro oil

Potato-Jalapeño Latkes crema, spiced apple salsa

Braised Beef Brisket ancho chile adobo, carrots, raisins

Rapini w/chile arbol and garlic
Saffron Rice
Midnight Black Beans de Olla
House-made Tortillas

Bunuelos Santa Rosa plum conserva

$100.00

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Price Includes Food, Wine, and Gratuity Note: Comal's private dining room is not ADA accessible.

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