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The taste of the bon vivant
This is the first time I saw the Tamanaco Hotel pool area so beautifully decorated. While walking around the swimming pool, my steps were illuminated by the hundreds of candles delicately set.

To get to the other side of the “little island” they had built, there was a flowery bridge that perfectly made the connection.
That starry, warm night offered much more than a successful presentation to the media and the gastronomic world; a new revolutionary integral concept, started by young Venezuelan chefs, who bet their efforts in the country, and are now collecting the benefits.
Marketing Food & Drink’s main goal is to attend specific marketing needs of the enterprises in the gastronomic sector. They decided to specialize on the development of innovative strategies between the brands and their clients. But what particularly impressed me was their wonderful parties and events proposal. A unique way to promote food and drinks at any chosen spot.
They have the modern “Cocinas show”, equipped with any kind of ingredients you want, and of course an expert chef, who prepares the dishes. So you can have an Indian, Arabic or even Venezuelan gastronomic night!
We certainly enjoyed this one-of-a-kind show and tasted the delicious creations exquisitely presented and combined with fine wine and the light music of the marvelous violin notes that escaped from this beautiful instrument.
Relax and dedicate delicate attentions are the best adjectives to define this evening, where invitees were also gifted with some exquisite souvenirs to share at a very special moment.

By Melina Bertocchi
Daily Journal Staff
Photos by Luis Iván Mejías

 

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