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Torteria Lupita Unveils Its Tortas to Saint Henri

“Santo Enrique” now boasts a new Mexican food joint Saint Henri’s selection of Mexican cuisine has been largely restricted to tacos and burritos, but with the anticipated new torta shop Torteria Lupita’s recent July 9 opening, that landscape has expanded. Drawing on her gastronomic history from Mexico City, France, and the tutelage she received from Olive et Gourmando, Sandra Soto has begun to serve a seasonal menu including classic Milanesa and deep-fried flautas, tortilla and pozole soups, and salads to an eager public.
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