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Amaranta Restaurant, a family dream

By Elsie Mendez @sabormexico 3 years ago, through social networks I had heard about a young chef named Pablo Salas. I found him very interesting, especially the great labor he does in rescuing many of the traditional recipes from Estado … Continue reading

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A Vision of Mexican Fare

Published at WSJ.com Byron Smith for The Wall Street JournalFonda’s duck zarape Fonda, an authentic Mexican restaurant in Manhattan’s Alphabet City, unveiled an updated brunch menu this year. “Mexican breakfast is one of my favorite things in the world,” says … Continue reading

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Half-Off Tacos for Officers: Prohibited, but Part of Job

By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN One of the surest places to find a police officer in downtown Brooklyn, other than the 84th Precinct station house, is the Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant on Montague Street. Enlarge This Image Chang W. Lee/The New York … Continue reading

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Rubio’s shifts focus to premium, healthful, sustainable seafood

Rubio’s new Sesame Soy Fish Taco. The chain’s founder Ralph Rubio is looking toward healthful, premium and sustainable options. (Rubio’s / April 12, 2012) By Tiffany HsuApril 12, 2012, 4:10 p.m. Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill is a lot of things: … Continue reading

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Fonda Expands Mexican Footprint From Park Slope To Alphabet City

Looking through the restaurant with people. (Sam Horine / Gothamist) For the last three years, former Rosa Mexicano Culinary Director Roberto Santibañez has been keeping Park Slopers happy with his Mexican restaurant Fonda. Now he’s hoping to do the same … Continue reading

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Famous Joe’s in Whittier offers authentic cuisine

Kevin Smith, Staff Writer   Famous Joe s Legendary Mexican Food proprietors Joe Garcia III, left, and his father, Joe, will donate a portion of Friday s proceeds to the Wounded Warrior Project. (Leo Jarzomb Staff Photographer) Joe Garcia has … Continue reading

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Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar Opens in SoFi

Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar A trio of traditional ceviches. ​ By Lesley Elliott Lower Beach-dom welcomes the addition of Mexican food today with the opening of Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar, in the space previously occupied by Nemo. It’s … Continue reading

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First Bite review At the newest Tortilla Coast, nowhere to go but arriba

By Tom Sietsema Before the owners of the Clover Restaurant Group opened shop in Logan Circle, they hit the streets of the neighborhood, asking residents what they wanted. What the respondents desired most, says Katie Tyson, the managing director of … Continue reading

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‘Like Home,’ if Home Is Mexico

Richard Perry/The New York Times All of the cooks and waitresses at Taqueria Tlaxcalli are natives of Mexico. By ALEXIS OKEOWO IT used to be that authentic Mexican restaurants were a kind of urban legend in New York. And transplants … Continue reading

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Food & Wine Magazine the best restaurants in Mexico City

By Tara Fitzgerald F&W’s roundup of the best restaurants in Mexico City, including a longtime lunchtime favorite among the artsy Condesa and Roma crowd. For more great restaurants, check out our guide to the world’s best places to eat. Among … Continue reading

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