Coupa Café Caters Venezuelan Screening

Coupa Café Beverly Hills catered the screening of the Venezuelan film Rock Paper Scissors for the International Oscar entry on December 9, 2012 bringing Venezuelan cuisine to Hollywood’s finest in the entertainment industry.

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Coupa Café Beverly Hills

We were delighted to cater the Rock Paper Scissors screening, with the team having visited our original location in Caracas, Venezuela. It was truly an honor to demonstrate what the movie was evoking: modern-day life in Caracas, but of a epicurean nature.

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2012

Coupa Café Beverly Hills catered the screening of the Venezuelan film Rock Paper Scissors for the International Oscar entry on December 9, 2012 bringing Venezuelan cuisine to Hollywood’s finest in the entertainment industry. The eighty-person event at the Charles Aidikoff Screening Room on 150 South Rodeo Drive was fully staffed with an open bar and Venezuelan specialties.

Chef and owner Camelia Coupal said, “We were delighted to cater the Rock Paper Scissors screening, with the team having visited our original location in Caracas, Venezuela. It was truly an honor to demonstrate what the movie was evoking: modern-day life in Caracas, but of a epicurean nature.”

The food highlighted the event with the traditional national dish of Venezuela, Pabellon, stealing the show. The Pabellon featured either shredded beef or chicken, black beans, sweet fried plantains, queso paisa, rice, arepitas, and nata. For appetizers, mini cachapas, the traditional Venezuelan corn griddle pancakes topped with fresh queso de mano, were served. Coupa offered Chilean and Argentinian wines to drink in addition to their magnificent, award-winning Venezuelan coffee. To finish it all off Tres Leches, soaked in three milks and topped with meringue, along with 100% Venezuelan Chocolate Mousse left the evening to a sweet ending for all in attendance.

About Coupa Café

The living Venezuelan restaurant features a completely new style of international dining which combines the best of Venezuelan dishes with the philosophy of the modern slow food movement promoting the use of organic and fair trade ingredients. Coupa Café is the only restaurant outside Venezuela where patrons can enjoy the nation’s shade grown, handpicked, patio sun-dried, super fair trade organic single estate Arabica coffee beans roasted in small batches, along with international sweet and savory delights.

In a wonderful environment with an original California Bow Truss ceiling, the restaurant offers a resort-like spaciousness. The large outdoor seating area resembles a tropical garden with an exotic water fountain and hand painted tiles. The sidewalk seating is ideal for people watching. On cooler days, guests can enjoy the warm indoor fireplace are and a relaxed atmosphere for dining and lounging. The extensive menu also offers delicious arepas, empanadas, paninis, salads, pizza, pasta, crepes, full breakfasts, pastry, and an extensive selective of beer and wine.

Coupa Café, 419 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Open Sun – Tues – 9:00am to 9:00pm, Wed – Sat – 9:00am to 10:00pm
Happy Hour seven days a week from 4-7pm http://www.coupacafe.com
Follow Coupa on Twitter @CoupaCafeBH


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