Tag Archives: New York

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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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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‘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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Daniel Ovadía: NY on sight

How many times you can have the opportunity to rediscover and explore New York from the hand of one of the most renowned chefs in Mexico? I experienced this recently with Daniel Ovadia traveling to this great city and, as it … Continue reading

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