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Barrio East

Mexican food in very small portions but also very tasty. However, the cocktails really steal the show. Amigo hour is worth dropping in on ;)

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from Bon Appétit

Queso Fundido

At Minero, Chef Sean Brock uses Chihuahua cheese for this, which is a Mexican melting type, but it can be hard to find unless you have a Latin foods store nearby. If that’s the case, use Monterey Jack. Not the same, but still crazy good!

Rick Bayless (the God of good Mexican Food) recipe for genuine old-fashioned refried beans or FRITOS REFRITOS! Made even better with bacon or chorizo drippings! Yeah!!

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Ithaa Undersea Restaurant - Maldives. It’s the first totally transparent undersea restaurant in the world, just 5m below the surface. With a vibrant coral reef nearby, diners enjoy a full 270 degree panoramic view of the ocean’s tropical fish. #LuxuryRestaurants

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Mexican-food cravings are easily satisfied at Taqueria El Bajio — this popular spot puts a fresh, five-star spin on run-of-the-mill beans and cheese. Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented menu and ambience at this restaurant. Dine out in the open during Taqueria El Bajio's summer season when patio tables are available for use. Can't stay at this restaurant long? Pick up and go home.Take your vehicle to dinner nearby parking is plentiful and will not pose a…

from Bloomberg.com

Chipotle Finds, for U.K. Burrito Fans, It's Not All About the Food

Restaurants Chipotle Finds, for U.K. Burrito Fans, It's Not All About the Food. A handful of young restaurateurs have introduced stuffed flour tortillas into the U.K. culinary mainstream by stressing the fun or exotic nature of Mexican fare. Fast-casual eateries like Chilango, Tortilla, and Benito’s Hat are expanding in London and other nearby regions where beans are usually served on toast and the Cornish pasty is the handheld food of choice.

from The Kitchn

Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar

November 1st and 2nd is Día de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday that is celebrated all over the world, especially where people from Mexico have settled. Here in San Francisco it's a huge celebration, complete with a wild, candle-lit parade through the Mission district ending in an altar exhibit in a nearby park. Since the holiday is primarily about nourishing and celebrating our deceased loved ones, there are a lot of food and food related crafts associated with the…