Plains Art Museum will serve up a 5-course Mexican dinner linked to exhibit

The special dinner at the Fargo museum will be prepared by San Francisco chef Gonzalo Guzman.

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Tostaditas will be served at the Plains Art Museum's Mexican dinner on July 9.
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FARGO — The Plains Art Museum will host a five-course Mexican dinner in conjunction with an ongoing exhibit, “La Línea: 22 Years of Grupo Soap del Corazón.” The display features works by a group of Latinx artists based around the Twin Cities.

The dinner, which will be held Saturday, July 9, will be prepared by Gonzalo Guzman, chef at the San Francisco restaurant Nopalito. Guests will include Ivan Sierra Medel, head consulate of Mexico in St. Paul, as well as Grupo Soap del Corazón artists.

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Chef Gonzalo Guzman of San Francisco restaurant Nopalito.
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The dinner includes tostaditas, ceviche, a salad, charred vegetables, braised pork and banana leaves, masa-based hot chocolate, almond cookies and fried cinnamon fritters.

Tickets are $175 per person. For more info or to buy tickets, go to .

For 20 years John Lamb has covered art, entertainment and lifestyle stories in the area for The Forum.
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