An exceptional culinary experience for foodies who want to learn the secrets of traditional Mexican cuisine, each cooking class starts with selecting the ingredients required, before learning how to prepare a new recipe. Afterward, everyone enjoys the fruits of their labor during a well-earned lunch, served with tequila or mezcal. Menus are clean and simple, lovingly prepared, and fully flavored by our renowned chefs.
Take a trip to Via Organica, a local organic and sustainable ranch where families get a glimpse of life on the farm. Kids are welcome to interact with the animals, pick eggs and milking cows, or simply pet the goats. Connecting the experience from farm to table, the visit is followed by a cooking class with our executive chef featuring fresh herbs and vegetables procured directly from the farm.
Tequila is a spirit made in a small region of Mexico. It is produced by distilling the fermented mash obtained from the heart of the blue agave plant. The tequila tasting is guided by our Tequila Connoisseur and includes a pairing menu selected by our Executive Chef.
The heart of the agave plant, which looks like a giant pineapple, is also called "mezcal." In Nahuatl, the word means "the house of the moon" and is used to signify the heart, essence, or center. Mezcal is a product of a two-world encounter: the technique that originated in Europe, transforming an ancient product of the Americas.
An adventure like no other, hop on one of Coyote Canyon's horses and ride through the streets of San Miguel de Allende like a true Mexican Cowboy. Stop by the most popular and ancient Cantinas to have tequila and cheer with your friends while you enjoy the music typical of Rancheras.
Casa Dragones, the original stables of the legendary Dragones cavalry of San Miguel de Allende who sparked Mexico’s Independence movement of 1810, dates all the way back to 1671. Casa Dragones is home to sipping tequilas, and a testament to our spirit of Independence. Enjoy a unique and intimate tasting experience in the tasting room located in the center of San Miguel de Allende.