A Taste of Aztlán
El Sabor de Juarez balances north and south
Meet El Sabor de Juarez, a joint where eaters can relish the best chuleta a la Mexicana ($9.95) in town or feast on a combo plate complete with challengingly piquant carne adovada and perfectly hot, fresh and pillowy sopaipillas.
Burqueños Learn to Cook
Jan’s on 4th owners work as private chef, caterer, cooking instructor, baker and farmer
The cooking school, Jan’s on 4th, is inside a 100-year-old adobe home in the North Valley that Jan’s husband, C.E., renovated when they bought the place. It’s a small house, but taking down a couple walls and installing an industrial oven and six-burner rangetop made it into an ideal spot for small classes of aspiring cooks.
The Gastro Obscura database, Laguna Burger, a feast at Pueblo Harvest Cafe and a cup of tea at Marie’s Teas.