An East Village Taqueria Bridges the Gap Between Texpats and Other New Yorkers
There comes a moment in every Texpat’s life when the food from home calls: the subtle dust from a floury tortilla, the irresistible cheesiness of a breakfast taco, the enduring sweetness of a Texas sheet cake. Some far-flung restaurants try to capture the nostalgia with gimmicks such as walls covered in cowboy hats, or parodies of our famously large servings. But one relatively new restaurant in New York City pays updated homage to the culinary diversity of South Texas, offering respite for displaced natives of the state and yet another excursion for New Yorkers curious about exotic cultures.Yellow Rose, owned by San Antonio natives Dave and Krystiana Rizo, has introduced the cuisine the couple grew up with to Manhattan’s East Village, a neighborhood known for…View Original Post
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