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Mi Casa Es Su Casa: Polanquito

I am no food critic but I am a foodie, and a world traveler. And when we travel, we eat well. One of my family’s most recent trips was to Mexico City last spring. It was my first time there and we enjoyed dining at some iconic restaurants -- Contramar, Rosetta, and Pujol. We also had an incredible walking tour by Morenita Experience in which we saw numerous commissioned Diego Rivera murals at a government building, and learned so much about the rich history of the city. Other than The Blue House (Frida Kahlo Museum) and the breathtaking indigo Jacarnad√° trees (which were in full bloom everywhere -- especially at Bosque de Chapultepec), the most memorable thing for me was probably the Mexican food, which is very different from our usual Houston Tex-Mex experience. The authentic diversity in Houston restaurants is one of the things that makes our city so appealing, and you can certainly find little food gems tucked away in obscure places. Owning a successful restaurant in America is a d…

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