Mexican flavors on the rise

Mexican cuisine becomes more authentic and more interesting in restaurants throughout Western New York




Photo by Stephen Gabris

 

There have been many versions of Mexican food in Buffalo. Most of these iterations, especially throughout the eighties and nineties, should more rightly be called Americanized Mexican, but whatever term is right, the food has always been beloved. Recently, however, this cuisine has become more authentic and more interesting in restaurants throughout Western New York. The following pages illustrate how far Mexican food in Buffalo has come.

 

Here's just a morsel of what's featured in this month's Spree:

 

 

 

 

 

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