ONLINE CATERING FORM
Once upon a
time a world class cyclist had to
choose between representing his county
in the Tour de France,
and coming to America. The Tour’s
loss was Pittsburg’s gain.
Muñiz left Guadalajara in the late
1960s to eventually become the
proprietor of, arguably, the
best-known Mexican restaurant in
America (just ask any Major League
two full-time jobs—at the local
cannery and at the original
Mecca—Guillermo has gone on to become
the caterer of choice to the Oakland
Athletics (bet you didn’t know their
full name), the San Francisco Giants
and 49ers, and the MLB All-Star Games
when they were in The City (’84) and
in Oakland (’87)!
note that this page is under reconstruction
(virtual hardhats advised)]
|Dear friends of the
the passing of Pittsburg's
Favorite Adopted Son, Guillermo,
on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday,
November 23, an era has passed.
Our hearts go out to the Muñiz
family and wish them strength and
healing, that they may know what a
treasure and a blessing Guillermo
has been to all our lives, that
his spirit will dwell in our
hearts — and our stomachs!
Guillermo, que Dios te bendiga y
te mantenga en la paz de Sus
brazos por la eternidad.
Guillermo Muñiz, ¡presente!
The Rosary and
Memorial Mass at Church of the
Good Shepherd were beautiful, as
was the burial at Holy Cross.
Beautiful music, heart-felt and
moving reminiscences served to
remind us all how immeasurably
Guillermo enriched all our
hermano, descanse en paz.
read further about Guillermo
in the East Bay
Guillermo’s guitarist of many years,
would like to offer a gift to all of
friends, excerpts from a jazz
peace mass he composed. You may
listen to it by clicking: here.
for Guillermo! 1st Grand Opening Photos
Watch our New
New Mecca Grand Opening Slideshow!
(Out thanks to Karen Gaskin of Strategic Real
Estate Services, for being
there with her camera!)
Sunday, October 4,
2015 Guillermo was inducted into the
Pittsburg Entertainment & Arts Hall of
Fame. Guillermo, ¡felicitaciones!