The dining public’s desire for authenticity and more robust flavors is driving the popularity of Latin American street food from its south-of-the-border origins northward and across the country.
Whether it’s a mainstream restaurant branching into new culinary territory or a food truck pushing the limits of what “Latin American” and “street food” mean, the flavors — and perhaps even more so the notion — of food from Central and South Amer
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