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Small Plates select Chef Wil Pelly as Featured Chef for their first event – Empanadas! Empanadas!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Saint Louis, MO (February 15, 2012) – Wil Pelly, Chef de Cuisine at Diablitos Cantina, a Mexican street fare dining concept brought to you by In Good Company, LLC, will be the featured chef for Small Plates first official event – EMPANADAS! EMPANADAS! – a cooking demonstration and interactive class to be hosted on Thursday, February 23, 2012 at Urban Eats Café.  Happy Hour will begin at 6:30pm, followed by the demonstration and class at 7:30pm.  Chef Pelly will educate his audience with the history of Latin American cuisine, Empanada preparation, plating and tequila parings.   A portion

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Diablitos Cantina celebrates their Grand Opening – January 20, 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Diablitos Cantina 3761 Laclede Avenue Saint Louis, MO  63108 www.diablitoscantina.com Diablitos Cantina celebrates their Grand Opening – January 20, 2012  Saint Louis, MO (January 20, 2012) – Diablitos Cantina, a Mexican street fare dining concept, is proud to announce their Grand Opening, Friday January 20, 2012.  Please join these “little devils” for their daylong fiesta featuring a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 3pm, Happy Hour Specials from 3pm – 7pm, music by DJ Carlos G. Charles from 7pm – midnight and prize drawings every 15 minutes. Diablitos, brought to you by In Good Company, LLC, owned by Ami

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Diablitos Cantina Opens Today in Midtown

Diablitos Cantina Opens Today in Midtown By Kylah Brown December 16, 2011 11:41 AM The recent brainchild of Gurpreet Padda and Ami Grimes, the dynamic duo you can thank for Sanctuaria, Cafe Ventana and Chuy Arzola’s, offers “spirits and sustenance” with a Mexican flare. Those who miss the recently closed El Borracho will find solace in this Mexican-street-vendor-concept cantina which opens today at 4 p.m. Diablitos (3761 Laclede Ave., 314-644-4430, www.diablitoscantina.com), which has a distinct Dia de los Muertos feel, touts house-infused tequilas, traditional margaritas, horchatas—as well as beer and wine. And let’s not forget about the sustenance, which you’ll

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