Mexico City Chef Enrique Olvera Goes Casual at DTLA’s Ditroit

The Mexican food maestro behind Damian turns his attention to tacos and flautas at his back-alley taqueria
Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • January 21, 2021
For about a month this past fall, the stylish patio at Enrique Olvera’s Arts District restaurant, Damian, was L.A.’s buzziest place to dine. But when the county banned outdoor dining in November, the acclaimed chef from Mexico City knew he needed...
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