Tito's & Tito's Event a Huge Success
October 18, 2018
Tito's Tacos and Tito's Handmade Vodka made a big splash last Thursday with a combined celebration at Tito's restaurant on Washington Place.
It is estimated that there were approximately 650 people in attendance over a 6 hours the event went on. even passersby's who also were outside the fenced off event area were able to enjoy traditional Mexican mariachi music.
The world-class talent performing at 'Tito's Fiesta Mexicana' were, Sol de Mexico, Trio Chapala, Ballet Mexico Moderno, Mariachi Voces de Jalisco, Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles.
With a team effort by Tito's Tacos beloved employees, the Restaurant provided a steady cavalcade of 12,000 Mini-Tacos, 8,000 Burrito Portions and Flan Dessert.
Tito's Handmade Vodka provided an array specialty cocktail drinks which were served out of a their classic Airstream Travel Trailer that opened up into a tavern-on-wheels with a cozy living room for attendees to chill out in.
Far and away the most popular of the specialty cocktails being concocted and served was 'Tito's American Mule' which was refreshing without a bitter alcohol aftertaste, due to the fact that Tito's Handmade Vodka is made from corn and it's completely glutton free, unlike most other vodka spirits / PepsiCo donated an entire of palate of Aquafina Water for thirsty party goers. The children in attendance had plenty to do, Tito's Handmade Vodka brought out a number of games for attendees to enjoy along with non-alcoholic drinks.
"The pairing of Tito's Tacos cuisine and Tito's Handmade Vodka specialty cocktails were the ideal combination to serve to folks in attendance 'Tito's Fiesta Mexicana'," Lynne Davidson (restauranteur & granddaughter of the Tito's Tacos founder) commented, "Not only do Tito's Tacos and Tito's Handmade Vodka share the same moniker – we share an attention to detail in creating our award-winning products, a love and respect for our beloved employees and a genuine sense that it's best to give back to the community who support us whenever possible."
Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Culver City Cultural Affairs Foundation.