Chef Evanice Holz, owner of the Vegan Cuban pop-up eatery in Los Angeles, Señoreata, invites you to join her July 7 for a one-night-only supper club at 10 Cable St featuring a four-course menu of ‘veganized’ family recipes originating from Havana, Cuba.
On The Menu
Palm in Escabeche
Heart of palm in garlic, vinegar, bell peppers, sliced onions, celery, and bay leaf.
Arroz Sín Pollo
Creamy arborio rice and braised cauliflower cooked with aromatic saffron, fire roasted red bell peppers, Spanish olives, peas, and tomatoes.
Picadillo with Cuban Black Beans and Rice
Picadillo is a Cuban staple. This traditional ground ‘beef’ stew is made with soy crumbles simmered with bell peppers, tomatoes, olives, raisins, capers, and savory Cuban spices. Served with classic Cuban Black Beans and white rice.
Guava Cheese Strudel
Guava and vegan cream cheese baked in puff pastry a la mode with coconut ice cream and guava drizzle.
Señoreata is a Vegan Cuban Food Pop-Up eatery and plant based catering company in Los Angeles founded by Chef Evanice Holz.
Evanice is a Cuban Brazilian Chef and Rouxbe Certified Plant Based Professional with a fascination for plants and an adoration for animals. She founded Señoreata in 2017 as a way to share recipes from her heritage, originated in Havana, Cuba with her community.
You can experience her food via weekly Pop Ups in Los Angeles, Supper Clubs via Feastly + international venues, festivals, as well as for-hire catering.
Señoreata has been mentioned in GQ, named by PETA as a ‘Latino-Owned Business You Should Be Supporting Right Now’, VegNews.com, Do LA’s Vegan Guide to LA, and more.