ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – M’Tucci’s Kitchina, the popular Albuquerque restaurant, is partnering with the National Hispanic Cultural Center. They are not only making themed meals to tie in with performances at the cultural center, but they will now have a permanent restaurant on the NHCC campus.
For example, on the current showing of the French story “La Boheme,” audiences can enjoy a French meal before the show.
M’Tucci’s is taking over the spot formerly known as La Fonda del Bosque Restaurant and the new establishment will be known as M’Tucci’s Cocina.
“Food and culture and music and dance all are one and they represent who people are,” says Jeff Spiegel, senior owner of M’Tucci’s Kitchina. “And so the whole bit about the NHCC is that this is something in Albuquerque that I think is going to grow and be a really important cultural center.”
To see when M’Tucci’s will open their permanent location, visit the National Hispanic Cultural Center website.