Washington DC’s wharf is going to be the new home for a new restaurant that specializes in Mexican cuisine. Mi Vida will be the second Mexican restaurant in the vicinity, Cantina Marina is the only other Mexican cuisine available at the moment. Mexican chef, Roberto Zantibanes, owner of two excellent Mexican restaurants in New York City, is the person behind this marvelous new and authentic Mexican restaurant. The Mexico City native is planning on incorporating authentic Mexican recipes and traditions.
Mi Vida, will be located in DC’s amazing Wharf’s water front and next to the outstanding, newly built, 6000 capacity concert venue, The Anthem. All thanks to one of the top developing companies in the nation, Madison Marquette. The respective company’s chairman is happy and excited about, Mi Vida and Roberto’s creativity being part contributing to the DC’s Wharf. Madison Marquette, with Chairman Amer Hammour has successfully completed projects all over the nation. They have executed projects like; urban mixed-used, offices, creative offices, and many more. For this reason, they are one of the leading developing companies in the nation.
In addition to a prestigious location, Mi vida will count with a capacity to serve 400 hungry customers. Especially, those hungry customers coming out The Anthem, after a long and entertaining concert. It will also count with an outdoor patio. A great out in the open dining area, where customers will be able to get fresh air and share a wonderful time with friends and family. Mi vida will also have VIP private dining rooms. These private dining rooms will be perfect for private and relaxing dinners. It’s water edge location, is certain to offer customers amazing views regardless if they are feasting inside or outside.
Based on Mi Vidas water edge location, customers can expect flavorful, authentic Mexican seafood dishes. Expect wonderful ceviche, delicious shrimp and fish soups. On the other hand, Mi vida’s chef, Roberto Santibanez, will also offer great and delicious authentic dishes with traditional Mexican ingredients: such as pork, beef, chicken, and goat. For this reason, people are anxious for Mi Vida’s grand opening, and they should be.