Venue Details

Tango Del Rey
3567 Del Rey Street San Diego, CA 92109
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 3 members
Review from mariabpenny
96 events 59 reviews

The food was very good, and the wine selection was acceptable. The wait staff was eager but untrained. The guitarist, violinist and flamenco dancers were impressively good. I didn't think the drums and base guitar playing rock rhythms really fit...continued

reviewed Dec 31 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from golfersteve
20 events 4 reviews

This was a great event!!! We got there early but it really wasn't necessary because our names were already on a table for 2 that was one of the BEST in the house. They treated us wonderfully. They came around 8 or 10 times with delicious free...continued

reviewed Dec 31 2011 report as inappropriate
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David Maldonado was born in Mexico and brought up in the tradition of the guitar. He was a selected student of the Royal Family of the Guitar as knighted by the King of Spain, “Los Romeros.” David has released six albums worldwide and has performed concerts globally, from Paris to Tokyo. No other guitarist can claim his mastery of so many styles of Spanish guitar within the same show; flamenco, classical, and modern, including difficult styles of rasqueado (a precise rapid strumming pattern using all the fingers of the right hand) and picados (extremely fast guitar scales).

Tickets include the show, a three-course meal and a champagne toast at midnight.


*_Starter Salad_: Pecan Crunch Salad


Entree (Choose 1 entree): _

* Dill Glazed Salmon

* 4 Cheese Stuffed Airline Chicken Breast with a Champagne Sauce

* Stuffed Cornish Hen

* Tenderloin Steak with a Peppercorn sauce

Side (choose 2):

  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Rice Pilaf

* Green Beans with caramelized onions

* Oven roasted vegetables

Dessert(choose 1):

* Chocolate soufflé

* Vanilla Creme Brule with Raspberries

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