A Feast from the Farmers' Market

An exclusive Mexican dinner for TT readers with chef José Ramos

You may have first fallen in love with chef José Ramos' cooking at Nopalito, where he was the founding chef. Or you may currently be smitten with Sabrosa, where he's running the show.

Get ready to taste his food like you never have before: For one night only, the chef–who grew up on his family's farm in Guanajuato, Mexico–is cooking an exclusive Mexican feast for Tasting Table readers.

On Tuesday, June 24, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. ($45 per person; click here to buy tickets), Ramos will prepare a multi-course dinner made with fresh, local organic ingredients and paired with crisp cider.

The meal kicks off with line-caught fish prepared as Mexican-style ceviche with fresh pineapple, mango, grapefruit and jicama, and chicken tinga tostadas doused in chipotle chile sauce and cool crema. The heirloom tomato salad has a Mexican accent, too, with chile piquín and pickled onions.

How does Ramos do carne asada? With refried Rancho Gordo beans, of course, and house-made guacamole. And you wouldn't want to miss his churros drizzled with Mexican chocolate.

Get your tickets now–and prepare to fall in love all over again.