Enjoy A Night of Latin Dinner, Dancing & Cocktails this November at the Hyatt Trinidad (recap)
I recently enjoyed the soft launch of this November’s series of Latin Dinner, Dancing & Cocktails at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad.
Being held each Saturday in November (yes there are 3 left!), this innovative offering is being presented in partnership with the Caribbean & Latin Dance Association of T&T and allows guests to enjoy entry-level dance lessons, along with a fixed price cocktail and/or 3-course dinner menu. For full details of the dances offered, as well as prices, please visit my prior post “November is Latin Dancing, Cocktails & Dinner at the Hyatt Trinidad!” or keep reading (I’ll repeat the link at the end).
Upon arriving I was presented with the extremely delicious Mango Tango cocktail. I highly recommend it! After mingling for a bit, it was time to take to our tables.
The menu offers you a wide array of options for each course. The majority of the dishes come included with the price, however there are also a few others that you can request at an additional cost. I chose to sample the fixed price items, as I felt that is what most of you may choose if you attend. I was also in a bit of a vegetarian mood that night as well. Advance apologies to the meat mouths out there 🙂
Green Peas | Black Beans | Garbanzo | Arugula | Feta Cheese Lemon Vinaigrette
Cherry Tomatoes | Broccoli | Roasted Garlic Tomato Sauce
Chef’s Trio of Sweetness
There’s no description of this item on the menu, so I am not sure if it stays the same throughout the month, or will be rotated at the chef’s discretion. However on the night that I dined, the trio comprised of a cheesecake, chocolate cake, and a macaron.
OK, I know I said I stuck to the fixed-price items. However I had to just spy and snap on these additional dessert offerings which some at my table also got!
Flavors in White (add-on)
Light Hazelnut Milk Pudding | Coffee Chantilly | Vanilla Ice Cream
Chocolate Banana Pudding (add-on)
Pineapple Compote | Soursop Ice Cream
I highly recommend this offering if you are looking for something different to do on a Saturday night. The price is great for all that is included, the atmosphere and ambience of the Waterfront can’t be beat and that it all helps to support the non-profit programs assisted by the Caribbean & Latin Dance Association of T&T (cultural training, community & youth productivity/social skills, entrepreneurial & job skills) is the icing on the cake!
For the full timetable and pricing info please visit my prior post “November is Latin Dancing, Cocktails & Dinner at the Hyatt Trinidad!”
The Caribbean & Latin Dance Association of Trinidad & Tobago
The Caribbean & Latin Dance Association (CALDATT) and its Executives are extremely excited in its mission to contribute to the enhancement, development and possible elevation of our nation’s talented youths and experienced dance practitioners to ‘front-stage’ as described by Mr. Wayne Sergeant, just one of the Programme Coordinators of the CALDATT Organization.
CALDATT is a non-profit NGO and an amalgam of associated member schools, students, tutors and Community Support & Training Organizations.
To learn more visit their website at CALDATT.com.