Ethnic Food Nation
I understand that when we're busy or traveling, we might have fewer options, but often local ethnic restaurants serve food with real flavor--and maybe a few vegetables--for just a bit more money and a little more time. Their quality may not always be flawless, but when I'm looking for a quick meal that still tastes like it's connected to the earth, I go the ethnic route. This month, I explored a pair of small places on the city's ethnically rich east side, the new Piatto di Pasta and the recently revived Taqueria La Fiesta.
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