Sueno Day of the Dead Inspired Restaurant

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Hough is from West Chester, PA, and attended to George Washington University for a BA in Art History and later went on to the Art Institute of Philadelphia for Culinary School.Philadelphia, PA - Teddy Sourias has opened his newest concept Sueño at 114 S. 12th Street. Sueño showcases Day of the Dead art from some of the region's top artists and traditional Mexican cuisine by Executive Chef Caroline Hough.

Day of the Dead Inspired Restaurant Pops-up in Midtown Village

The pop-up restaurant will occupy the first two floors of the building that Sourias recently purchased next to Tinsel.

Sueno, which in Spanish means dream, was opened to compliment Nightmare Before Tinsel located next door.

In the Kitchen look for Puerto Rican-style empanadas from Tata's Empanadas, margaritas and cocktails, and an extensive list of tequilas.

Sueño is going to feature both drinks from the Sueño menu and some spooky seasonal cocktails inspired by Nightmare Before Tinsel.

Down the road, Sourias is looking to evaluate and upgrade the Sueno concept; he also has plans to renovate and open the third-floor dining room.

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