CAMBRIDGE, MA – Tracy Chang’s critically acclaimed Pagu, a Japanese/Spanish tapas restaurant in Central Square marks its third anniversary August 15 from 6 to 10 p.m. The date is also Chef Chang’s 32nd birthday as well as her pug dog, Pearl’s second.
The Suckling Pig Roast will offer two styles of pig served by friends Priscilla Capistrano and Amanda Ryan who will cook two Philippine style along with Jonathan Cardona and Jose Jiminez who will prepare two more, Mexican style.
Guests will feast on both styles with sides and desserts (including the Filipino shaved ice sundae halo-halo). In addition, Chef Chang will serve two popular soft serve flavors — Matcha with Chocolate Nibs and Black Sesame Seed. Beverages will be a la carte and will feature such specials as a $30 Rose Porron served in a traditional spanish glass Porron pitcher.
Tickets are $45 dollars apiece — pictures with Pearl the pug on the patio are free!
Walk-ins are welcome but with only four pigs and finite seating indoors and on the patio, the event is expected to sell out quickly. Tickets are $45 apiece. For reservations, go to https://bit.ly/2YTQ6Cm.