This summer’s must-have meal is being served under a tree in Mexico

If you love great food and unforgettable dining experiences, here’s a sweet little road trip that should be on your itinerary this summer.

Acclaimed Baja chef Javier Plascencia and photographer Jaime Fritsch have brought their Animalón pop-up south, serving an 8 course meal under a century-old oak tree near Plascencia’s restaurant Finca Altozano in the Valle de Guadalupe. There’s a deck built around the base of the vast tree, which has multiple trunks arching outward to form a domed canopy. With thick foliage drooping around the perimeter, and lanterns hanging from its branches, the unique outdoor space feels almost like an enclosed restaurant.

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