Flavor fusion Fest


Our mission is to highlight our traditional Dominican dishes, and open up a universe of delicious possibilities by creatively fusing them with culinary wonders from all over the world.

Read More

Become a Volunteer


If you are interested in participating, please click the button and complete the form. We do our best to accommodate all inquiries and look forward to connecting with you soon.

Read More

Event location


The record breaking serving of Mangú will be prepared during our annual festival, scheduled for Friday, October 1, 2021, in the exclusive Inwood neighborhood, Upper Manhattan, New York.

Read More

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS


holder for the largest serving of mangu at over 1K lbs! 10/01/21

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS


holder for the largest serving of mangu at over 1K lbs! 10/01/21

All Star Team


The team led by María Marte, two Michelin stars and celebrity chef; Amilkar Gonell, general manager, executive chef and culinary consultant for Gonell Enterprise; and Pamela Gonell, executive chef and consultant.

Read More

Origin of Mangú


The mangú has its origin in the Congo region, where its inhabitants crushed boiled bananas, which came to the island during the slave trade processes. The original word "mangusi" referred to almost any root vegetable that has been boiled and pureed.

Read More
Lawrence, MA

Mangú Challenge

Taste BeginsWith Great Ingredients

Subscribe to our newsletter