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Mountain Mayhem: A Casa Tua Birthday

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
Daniel and Veronica de la Vega at his birthday dinner at Casa Tua.
Sisters in law Regina and Melissa Cauff with Veronica de la Vega.
Brothers Nick and JP Perez.
Caro Blanco, Danny and Cristy Echavarria and Veronica de la Vega.
Tanvi Vattikuti Abbhi and Kastyn Perez with a baby on the way.
Daniel de la Vega (second from right) celebrates his birthday with friends at Casa Tua.
Brandon Cauff, David Proman and Andrew Cromer.
Jorge Gonzalez, Chris Damien and Sankesh Abbhi.
Gavin Beekman, Brandon Cauff, Dr. Rebecca Karsenti and Gina Beekman.
Antipasti at Casa Tua.

On Saturday, July 9, a group of guests from Miami gathered at Casa Tua in Aspen for a birthday dinner hosted by president of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, Daniel de la Vega. The intimate birthday dinner for de la Vega was attended by some of South Florida’s most notable developers and executives including Related Groups Nick and JP Perez; Turnberry/Aventura Mall and Fontainebleau’s Jeff and Brooke Soffer; City National Bank CEO Jorge Gonzalez; 13th Floor Invesetment’s Arnauld Karsenti; Developer Ugo Colombo; Pensam Capital’s Gavin Beekman and others. Owned by Miky and Leticia Grendene, Casa Tua’s flagship restaurant is in Miami Beach, followed by this one in Aspen, another in Brickell in Miami, the first international destination of Paris and one slated for New York City in 2023 in The Surrey, a Corinthia Hotel.


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