Chef Mikey Carrasco Brings a Taste of Texas to STL
Growing up in Texas informed almost all of Mikey Carrasco's thoughts on food: The briskets he would spend all day smoking with his grandfather and uncle, the garden his mom kept that included everything from chickens to rabbits, the drive-thru culture where he could get a whole charcoal chicken and sides from the comfort of his car.
Say 'Hola!' to the Mexican food and drinks pairing evening at GrandWest
The next highly anticipated pairing event is a Mexican themed dinner taking place on Friday, 20 April 2018. Expect superb food expertly paired with interesting and delicious drinks, along with the Mariachi band, Los Gitanos Trio.
This Bronx strip is a foodie's paradise
Lucky are those who live in the Bronx neighborhood of Bedford Park, in between Lehman College and the B train stop at Bedford Park Blvd./Grand Concourse. It's a tiny retail strip, but a good one, lined with locally-owned shops with a small-town feel.
Eat it, Conway: Taqueria Gonzalez
She Said: After a morning of conference calls, I wanted to get out of my home office and eat something delicious for lunch. We'd been hearing about Taqueria Gonzalez for a little while, so off we went.
La Luz grows loan program
A backlit menu is mounted on the truck, making it easy to read in the enveloping darkness. La Escondido, a new food truck featuring Mexican cuisine, is now business partly because of a micro-loan from La Luz.
Mex for the people
" So how as a nation can we sit around and eat Mexican food, and drink beer and make friends? That's the question. If we can do that on a broader scale, I think we'll come out of it all right.
Three eateries, three businesses opening in Circle Centre Mall
Three of the businesses will be new dining options for mall-goers and visitors of downtown. Chin Sushi House will open on the third-floor concourse.
After 47 years, El Burro is leaving Campbell's Pruneyard
You've got a couple months, maybe three, to get into Campbell's El Burro for their signature chile verde. Or maybe the popular enchiladas suizas.
Uncle Julio's is committed to providing only the freshest and highest quality Border Style Mexican Food. With distinctive Hacienda decorating style, the founders created a unique restaurant concept around original recipes that demand only the freshest ingredients tailored after Julio's family tastes. Beyond tacos, enchiladas and tamales, Julio specializes in marinated and mesquite grilled beef and chicken fajitas, ribs, quail, frog legs, and jumbo shrimp.
The first Uncle Julio's Fine Mexican Food Restaurant opened in Dallas, Texas in November 1986. Uncle Julio's popularity grew rapidly, and with it came an instant craze for a drink Julio named The Swirl, which is a frozen concoction of layered margarita and home-made sangria. Uncle Julio's has grown to twelve restaurants located in Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland and Virginia.