Casa Vega
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Casa Vega’s 68th x Caesar’s 100th Anniversary


Time Out says

Beloved Valley Mexican restaurant Casa Vega is 68 years young, and what better way to celebrate than with a little cross-border culinary action? On Tuesday, June 18th, the Sherman Oaks institution will host Michelin-recognized chef Javier Plascencia of Caesar’s in Tijuana, birthplace of the Caesar salad. (Yes, really.) The double anniversary event will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Caesar salad, which was allegedly invented by Italian chef Caesar Cardini on July 4, 1924, with a joint prix-fixe menu. In addition to the original tableside Caesar salad, you’ll be able to enjoy Peruvian bay scallop ceviche, plus your choice of entrée and dessert. (Vegetarian options are also available.) One drink and a commemorative T-shirt are also included in each $125 meal ticket.


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