Restaurants can be broken down into not only different restaurant types but also food types as well. Some examples of these may be – Asian, bakeries, barbecue, coffeehouses, desserts, family style, Italian or pizza, Mexican, sandwiches or seafood.
This page deals specifically with Mexican food which is so much a part of who we are as a country. I think overall the restaurants also do a good job of catering to kids and families. Three ethnic food types dominate our food culture, Italian, Asian (Chinese) and Mexican. There are no shortages of local and chain restaurants. Some examples of chain restaurants are Chuy’s, On The Border and Boca Grande Taqueria. If your town is large enough you may have your choice of both a local establishment as well as a national chain to choose from.
Steve Ells was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1965 and graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, in 1990. He subsequently moved to San Francisco and got a job working…View Post
To understand the story of Abuelo’s, one of the more upscale Mexican restaurants in our country, you first need to go to back to China where the very young founder, James Young fled to Taiwan…View Post
“Born in California. Raised in Texas” is their slogan. Mark Orfalea originally designed the restaurant around the roasted chicken concept similar to El Pollo Loco and wanted to deliver food to the UC Santa Barbara students.…View Post
After graduating from the University of North Carolina, Martin Sprock was only in his late 20’s when he started the popular smoothie chain, Planet Smoothie in 1995. After five successful years of the smoothie business…View Post