On Wednesday night, more than 600 guests piled into Cantina La Veinte in Brickell to celebrate the Mexican restaurant’s two-year anniversary. Among the VIPs: Diddy’s mother Janice Combs; artist Romero Britto; and Puerto Rican singer Farruko. A mariachi band played while traditional cuisine such as tostadas and ceviches was served. To pay homage to beloved Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, who died last week, Cantina played a video montage on its big TV screens and the crowd sang along to some of his biggest hits.
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