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Pujol

  1. Let's Get Nixtamal
    Enrique Olvera Opening Brooklyn TortilleriaYes, he’ll also serve guacamole.
  2. Coming Soon
    Mexico City Chef Enrique Olvera’s Cosme Won’t Be a Clone of PujolThe restaurant opens this spring.
  3. Coming Soon
    Enrique Olvera’s Cosme Opens Soon in FlatironLook for the “very casual” restaurant sometime this spring.
  4. Video Feed
    Watch the Perennial Plate’s Jam-Packed Minute of Mexican FoodMore tamales than you can shake a stick at.
  5. Coming Soon
    Mexico City Chef Enrique Olvera Opening Flatiron Restaurant“We’re very happy, and I’m looking forward to it,” the chef says.
  6. Apachurrado
    Enrique Olvera’s New York Project Rejected by Tribeca CommitteeIt’s unclear whether the restaurant will choose anther location.
  7. Coming Soon
    Looks a Lot Like Acclaimed Mexican Chef Enrique Olvera Is Opening in New YorkThat “high-end” Mexican project may be a new restaurant from one of Mexico’s most lauded chefs.
  8. Video Feed
    Check Out What You Missed at Empellón Cocina’s First ‘Push“We’re trying to do our own thing. We’re not trying to be modern in a European way.”
  9. User's Guide
    Eat Like Rick Bayless in Mexico CityFrontera master shares a list of his favorites in the Distrito Federal.
  10. Back of the House
    Marxist Meals Served at Co-op EateriesRestaurants run by workers seem like a great idea. Rather than having to bow and scrape before the Man, the employees of places like René Pujol and Colors, discussed recently in the New York Resident, more or less get to decide their own destinies. But they raise an age-old question (which most people haven’t pondered since college): Is the worker’s paradise really a practical idea?