Binge like Bourdain
First one’s on us
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Where to fill up on a hearty lunch or cure a hangover.
Ditching the smorgasbord, these taquerias focus on doing one thing, perfectly.
From sugary Cuban coffee and baked challah to spicy Thai peppers and crispy jalebis, Devon Avenue has it all.
To get an authentic taste of creole food, head to restaurants that accept Cuba’s local currency.
Those who love pulque call it “nectar of the gods”; those who loathe it call it “horse cum.”
A walking tour for the taco enthusiast.
Pap, sheep’s head, and brisket.
Even the occasional tinkle of glass or loud guffaw from the bar doesn’t seem to resonate as loudly as it would in the real world.
“Mexico is a country where everyday people fight to live. All too often they lose that battle. A magnificent, heartbreakingly beautiful country.”
A recipe from Nitza Villapol, one of Cuba’s best-known cooks, and an ambassador of the food culture.
Eat at De Otra Manera, drink at La Guarida, and listen to Ochoa play at Oh La La.