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  1. Mexico's Laguna Bacalar comes of age with gourmet cuisineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    ... extraordinaire, as their Executive Chef. Chef Ivan is young and very passionate about presenting traditional Mexican cuisine with a gourmet twist. Food and cooking are Chef Ivan's life. As you will see from the accompanying slide show, this chef ...

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  2. What to eat at the Miami Open tennis tournament 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Examiner.com

    The Miami Dining Examiner recently visited the Miami Open. She always enjoys the tennis.

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  3. California Foodways: The Chinese-Mexican Cuisine You'll Find Only Along the BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KQED

    In the Fortune Garden kitchen, chefs speak to each other in Cantonese, and waiters give orders in Spanish. If you ask people in the city of Mexicali, Mexico, about their most notable regional cuisine, they won't say street tacos or mole.

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  4. El Habanero bridges Tex-Mex with Mex-MexRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    Heads up, Beaumont: You no longer have to bridge the gap between authentic Mexican food and Tex-Mex because our friends at El Habanero have you covered.

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  5. Cantina La Veinte in Brickell: A Shared Mexican MealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Miami New Times

    Driving through Philippe Starck's columned entrance at the Icon makes you feel as if you're in the Flintstones . Well, prepare to go from the Stone Age to the Roaring Twenties as you make your way back to Cantina La Veinte , Miami's newest high-end Mexican restaurant.

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  6. Burrito Joint To Become IRO Store That Definitely Won't Smell Like Mexican FoodRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Racked

    French label IRO Paris is opening its second store in the city, Commercial Observer reports , and as West Side Rag notes , it'll be in the former home of Harry's Burritos. What does this mean? It definitely doesn't mean that the store will smell like the lingering remnants of delicious carne asada and fresh guacamole.

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  7. Food for Thought: Bean Burritos are a favouriteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Swindon Advertiser

    Pasta is my failsafe dish because it's quick and easy. But I do love making bean burritos too.

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  8. L'Apicio's Chef Goes Back to His Roots With a One-Weekend-Only Tex-Mex Pop-UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Village Voice

    Gabe Thompson is the chef behind one of New York City's most successful Italian restaurant groups; he presides over the kitchens of dell'anima, Anfora, L'Artusi, and L'Apicio. But for the past several years, the Texas native has been quietly pushing for a Tex-Mex restaurant, since he sees it as a gaping hole in the Big Apple's dining options.

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  9. These Massive Tacos Arabes Pack a Punch in Boyle HeightsRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | Eater

    ... Conventional wisdom says that during this influx, the cultures mixed, resulting in, among other things, Mexican cuisine appropriating the iconic rotating vertical meat-on-a-spit (commonly seen in tacos places with good al pastor ). That meat, which ...

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  10. 3 Up-and-Coming Restaurant Stocks to WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Motley Fool

    ... a simple and competitively priced menu. The company specializes in fire-grilled chicken recipes inspired by Mexican cuisine. The signature product is its chicken marinated with a proprietary recipe of citrus, garlic, and spices, which is the ...

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  11. Chipotle ever serve seafood?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Fox News

    And as people look for more health conscious options, it would seem to be a natural leap forward for fast casual chains to add a fresh catch or two to their menus. "Seafood is difficult in our case because we don't have freezers and it doesn't hold very long unless it's frozen," Chris Arnold spokesman for Chipotle, told Business Insider.

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  12. DiningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The recently opened Taqueria Guadalajara on the North Side doesn't have a kitschy Day of the Dead motif or a rock 'n' roll soundtrack. It doesn't offer craft beers, neo-margaritas - or any other alcohol.

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  13. Here's a Bright Glimmer of Good Mexican Food in MidtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Village Voice

    Tacos Grand Central sits in a narrow stand slipped in between a Subway and a Lotto & Scratcher store in the shadow of Grand Central Station. It opened just two months ago, a bright glimmer of Mexican food in a Midtown dominated by burrito chains and the occasional immigrant-run taco cart.

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  14. 10 of the best cheap eats in SheffieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    Eating out is always a treat, whether it's a sit-down meal or a quick bite to eat from a street food vendor. But food always tastes better when you know you're getting a good deal.

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  15. Aquarium of the Pacific plans gran fiesta of music Friday night in Long BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Press-Telegram

    The Aquarium of the Pacific will stay open late Friday so the sounds of salsa, cumbia, Spanish rock and ska can rock the seaside venue during the Noche de Estrellas . The 6:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Latin-themed Late Night event on March 27 will include music from such bands as Sonsoles, Raskahuele and DJ Quinto Sol.

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  16. Taco Pedaler Putting Down Permanent Roots On NE BroadwayRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Eater

    The taco-trike enterprise's new spot seats just shy of 20, with room for another 20 outside when the weather warms. Since February of 2011, Melanie McClure and her friends and colleagues have been pedaling around town and preparing tacos from her fleet of flat-top trikes, and serving them to whomever feels like some on-the-go Mexican cuisine.

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  17. The 7 Top Tacos in FruitvaleRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Eater

    Lovers of Mexican food have long asserted that when it comes to tacos, Oakland's Fruitvale neighborhood has the Mission beat, hands down. So to offer a guide for your tortilla-based explorations, we turned to Oakland dweller and taco connoisseur John Birdsall , who just scored his second James Beard Award nomination yesterday for his must-read Eater piece on Jeremiah Tower .

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  18. Save The Date: Portland Mercado Opens On April 1Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Eater

    ... agency and an intercultural communications company. As for those carts, know this: Five of them will serve Mexican cuisine, but because the operators are focusing on different regions, the menus will never overlap. And if you're feeling ...

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  19. Besito Mexican preparing for April 8 opening for Westshore dinersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | St. Petersburg Times

    The candle wall is already flickering with 150 electric votives, but banquettes still need to be placed and the cobblestone patio is yet to be laid. The hours are ticking by as WestShore Plaza anticipates the April 8 debut of Besito Mexican.

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  20. We Tried the Sriracha Quesarito from Taco BellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Phoenix New Times

    The Guilty Pleasure: The Sriracha Quesarito Where to Get It: Taco Bell, duh Price: Roughly $3, depending on your choice of meat. What it Really Costs: Your pride of not eating Taco Bell for dinner, a little bit of your love for sriracha, and possibly a plumbing bill.

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