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Second Helpings: Interior Mexican
Interior Mexican restaurants
Food Column  February 8, 2002


Second Helpings: Interior Mexican
Food Column  April 20, 2001


Second Helpings: Interior Mexican (Beyond Tex-Mex)
MM Pack takes readers beyond Tex-Mex with her listings of local interior Mexican restaurants in this week's "Second Helpings."
Food Column  December 8, 2000


Second Helpings: Interior Mexican
Tasty, bite-sized restaurant listings compiled this week by Rachel Feit.
Food Column  December 24, 1999


Mexican Food 101
Whether your cheese is white or yellow, Austin's embarrassment of Mexican food riches is only matched by its love of barbecue
Food Story  March 6, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The barbecue for which Central Texas is justifiably famous has not changed much over the years, and we'll get to a discussion of that soon enough. On the other hand, Mexican food in Austin has undergone such a transformation in the past 35 years that the distinctions between Tex-Mex food and Interior Mexican food are quickly disappearing...."

First Look: Cielito Lindo Mexican Cuisine
Interior Mexican food comes to Cedar Park
DAILY Food  May 12, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The newest Mexican restaurant in Cedar Park takes its name from the popular Mexican folk song, Cielito Lindo. And just like the chorus proclaims, a visit there to enjoy the authentic flavors of the Mexican Interior will have you singing, not crying, and is sure to “gladden your heart.”..."

Interior Designers
After 30 years, Miguel Ravago and Tom Gilliland offer a cookbook as challenging and fascinating as their menu
Food Story  November 11, 2005, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Not discouraging easily, the longtime friends persevered. With help from their friend Diana Kennedy, well known for her passion in documenting and preserving traditional Mexican recipes, they learned more about regional Mexican cuisine and forged a working relationship and friendship that has lasted through today...."

Mexican Food 101
Salvation in a Glass: An Ode to the Frozen Margarita
Food Story  March 11, 1999
"...Shortly after we came to depend upon the curative powers of a margarita in summer, we fell in love with them. We began to drink them with our meals, especially Mexican meals, all year round..."

Interior Indulgence
Bertram's by Miguel Provides Luxurious Tastes of Mexico
Food Story  May 1, 1998, by Meredith Phillips
"...Without firsthand experience of these businesses, it's impossible to judge which suited the building best. But a visit to the current incarnation confirms that the space is well-suited for its present purpose, an upscale restaurant featuring interior Mexican cuisine...."

Mexican Breakfast 101
Food Story  March 18, 2011, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Here are some of the most popular items to be found on a Mexican breakfast menu. Each restaurant may have its own version, but these are the basics...."

The Puffy Taco Invasion
Two San Antonio-influenced Mexican restaurants are the newest residents of Manor Road's Restaurant Row
Food Story  April 30, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-10pm After spending a decade across the parking lot from Güero's and two blocks off the South First Mexican food mile, I experienced culture shock last year when I relocated to a Central East Austin neighborhood with very few Mexican food options. Luckily for me, it was just a few months before two new Mexican eateries opened nearby, taking over abandoned locations within a block of each other on what can certainly be called Manor Road's Restaurant Row..."

The Mother of All Mex
Tapping the Interior Source
Arts Story  June 23, 1995, by Patrick Earvolino
"...They say that no Mexican meal is complete without some chile. Perhaps this explains why the specialty of the house at Curra's Grill, owned and operated by the Curra family of Nueva Rosita, Coahuila (not far from the border southwest of Piedras Negras), is jalapeños en escabeche..."

Buen Provecho!
Welcome to the home of the Mexican breakfast
Food Story  March 18, 2011, by Claudia Alarcón
"...This should be a must on your list of Aus­tin's best Interior Mexican outposts. Afford­able prices, friendly service, and unique menu items are some of the reasons we love it, and tasty breakfast served all day, every day seals the deal..."

Mariscos in Austin
Austin's Mexican seafood restaurants are a gustatory vacation if you can't leave the country
Food Story  April 30, 2010, by Mick Vann
"...Over the last several years, it has seemed like more and more Mexican mariscos restaurants were creeping into town, and when I did a count recently, it occurred to me that there were enough to warrant a critic's tour. "Mariscos" in Spanish simply means "seafood." In Mexican-restaurant-speak, it usually implies a restaurant where an assortment of fish and shellfish can be found, cooked in a number of different ways: as various cocktails, in soups, with rice, sauced, in enchiladas, or as tacos or tostadas..."

¡Más Comida!
Austin's newest restaurants are making 'mi casa es su casa' a way of life, one menu at a time
Food Story  July 19, 2002, by Virginia B. Wood
"...It's no secret that Austin is well-known for the caliber and sheer number of Mexican restaurants located in the city. According to Texas Restaurant Association statistics, Austin boasts 168 Mexican restaurants -- excluding fast-food chains -- and the number swells to nearly 250 when chains are included..."

Fonda San Miguel Timeline
Food Story  February 8, 2002, by Virginia B. Wood
"...1972-1975 Tom Gilliland and Miguel Ravago operate San Angel restaurant in Houston, serving interior Mexican cuisine to a small but very loyal clientele. Diana Kennedy, the grande dame of Mexican cuisine, eats there and becomes their culinary mentor...."

Holy Mole
Las Palomas Serves Up the Real Thing
Food Story  February 2, 1996
"...Hidden in the back corner of the West Woods mall, across the street from the Randall's on Bee Caves Rd., Las Palomas has been quietly serving Austin authentic Interior Mexican cuisine since 1983. The restaurant is owned and operated by Amelia and Javier Corona, formerly of Mexico City, and managed by their daughter, Mari Carmen Dale..."

Fusion Confusion at La Mancha Tex-Mex Tavern
But the quest for a great plate of food is no impossible dream
Food Review  August 23, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...We were pleased to see longtime Rosedale neighborhood residents John Korioth and Will Muntz breathe new life into the run-down, 40-year-old building that once housed Casita Jorge's. Restaurant designer Michael Hsu and builder Mark Herron opened up the dark and dilapidated space, bathing it in natural light and bright colors, and decorating with Mexican movie posters, large loteria cards, and license plate art pieces..."

The Brunch Bunch
Heavenly hash, Bloody Mary bars, and eggs six ways to Sunday
Food Story  March 14, 2014
"...We've got choices that range from fine-dining elegance – like the 65-year-old Green Pastures (811 W. Live Oak, www.greenpasturesrestaurant.com) and the lush Mexican hacienda, Fonda San Miguel (2330 North Loop, www.fondasanmiguel.com) – to street-food casual, and everything in between..."

Papalote Taco House
Tacos, sopes, and noms, oh my!
Food Review  January 14, 2011, by Rachel Feit
"...Just when you think you've seen all that taquerias have to offer in this town, along comes Papalote, a taqueria of a different stamp that will no doubt help redefine Austin's taco expectations. Papalote is the newest endeavor from Sergio Varela, who also owns Azul Tequila, a favorite South Austin destination for reliable Interior Mexican cuisine..."

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