We are thrilled to host our friends from Oaxaca-based restaurant Caldo de Piedra for a special dinner celebrating a pre-Hispanic delicacy, Caldo de Piedra (hot stone soup.)
We will be hosting two seatings on April 10, the first at 6:30 p.m. and the second at 8:30 p.m.
Join Caldo de Piedra and Quiote on April 10 for a three-course dinner focused around the customary stone soup that has been a cultural tradition for more than 2,000 years.
Members of the Gachupín family, who opened their restaurant Caldo de Piedra in Oaxaca in 1996, will be cooking alongside the Quiote team and meeting with guests to discuss the history of the dish.
Caldo de Piedra is a traditional freshwater seafood soup from San Felipe Usila including red snapper, shrimp, cilantro, chiles, tomatoes and epazote. The soup is cooked using white hot river stones.