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Breaking Into the Pop-Up Restaurant Business

Pop-up stores have become a multifaceted tool, used by restaurateurs for everything from breaking into the market to re-energizing existing brands. A look at three different approaches: Deli Gets Off the Ground Leo Beckerman and Evan Bloom opened up a … Continue reading

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An Innovative Chef Looks South to Oaxaca

Christopher Capozziello for The New York Times Oaxaca Kitchen in New Haven. By STEPHANIE LYNESS SINCE 2000, diners have come to know Prasad Chirnomula as the chef and owner of the innovative Thali Indian restaurants in New Canaan, Ridgefield and New Haven, as well … Continue reading

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Dulce Patria. Sweet Memories on the table

By: Elsie Méndez One of the reasons I love the gastronomy world is that it allows me to be close to the art, the creation, the feelings and the inspirations that are born in our spirits and are translated into … Continue reading

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Harry’s: A Cosmopolitan Menu of Extraordinary Elaboration

Several days ago we look at our schedule and realize that we’ve been pushing our date with a place that everyone has been recomending usfor a while at Polanco and, against all usual doing, had a very discreet opening that … Continue reading

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Puebla: The reborn of a city

By: Carlos Dragonné Puebla has always had something that calls me. Its architechture, the streets and, specially, that history that feels both in tiny and huge spaces of the city always gives me that desire of waking up watched by … Continue reading

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Casa Poniente Restaurant: Passion in every dish

Experience lived by: Elsie Méndez Text by: Carlos Dragonné A few days after we returned to Mexico City from our trip to Morelia, the road was again waiting for us to visit another key city in national tourism destinations. On … Continue reading

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Los Mirasoles: Flavors binding us from the past.

By: Carlos Dragonné y Elsie Méndez There are times that, in this promotion and care for traditional Mexican cuisine work we are doing, that Mexico send us a clear and overthrowing message. Despite knowing that motivation and likeness for this … Continue reading

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Morelia Part II. A message from the pink quarry stone.

Text by: Carlos Dragonné Experience lived by Elsie Méndez It is said that for knowing Morelia, you have to walk it and, listening to those who live here, after a delicious breakfast at the hotel’s terrace with a view of … Continue reading

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