Step inside El Charro Hipster and you’ll find an eclectic mix of food, drinks and family. The restaurant and café’ opened at 1325 Grand Avenue in Phoenix in early September and is already making a name for itself with customers who live in the area.
Even though Cuba is 2,243 miles from Phoenix, Manuel Cias-Hernandez has kept the island close to his heart. "Cuba is a beautiful country. It's...
Talking with Havana Cafe's owner Leo Morales is sometimes a sport in itself. The fast-talking Cuban native's words sprint back and forth between English and Spanish like a Usain Bolt 100-yard dash.
At the Hispanic Food Network our motto is we’re ‘Always Authentic’….and when it comes to authenticity… few can match that of the iconic Argentine Eddie Harmamina….aka Ed the Hottdogger!
tep inside Habenero's Mexican Grill on 7th and Roosevelt in downtown Phoenix and it's an explosion of color and Carne' Asada. "A lot of people think because it's so colorful and clean in here, the food is more Americanized.
Step into Millie's Puerto Rican restaurant and you instantly smell Abuela's cooking. "That's the idea," says Co-Owner Jacob Droz with a smile
It was a visit to San Francisco four years ago that sparked the idea of a food truck in Peoria. "He'd been working in restaurants all his life. When he came back he said let's open a food truck.
When I got word about the Puffy Taco Truck I knew I had to give it a try…and hey yall…this was one trek to the far west valley that was well worth it.
For Jorge Sanchez, running Jocho’s Tacos on Lewis street in the heart of downtown Pasco, WA with his wife Luz has been challenging. “It’s a fight to stay open.
Authenticity is what the Hispanic Food Network is all about. We found a taqueria in Phoenix that fits that mantra perfectly. We're talking about Ta'Carbon.
Don’t get fooled by the size of Taqueria EL Chino in the heart of Phoenix on 18th Ave. and Van Buren street --- this place packs big taste.
Built-in 1924 by Mr. Harry Culver, the historic Culver Hotel is where classic meets contemporary and history is reimagined. With 1920’s vintage-meets-modern glamour, artful design, and an unmistakably European ambiance, the six-story, 46-room flatiron building stands proudly in the center of Downtown Culver City as a National Landmark.