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Watch: A Trailblazing Chef Is Transforming Chicago’s Understanding of Mexican Food

‘Open Road’ heads to Mi Tocaya Antojeria to meet Diana Dávila When friends and readers reach out wondering where they should eat in Chicago right now, I’m sending them to Mi Tocaya Antojeria, whether or not they’re asking for a Mexican restaurant recommendation. Illinois native Diana Dávila runs the 38-seat restaurant in Logan Square, her cooking ringing through the city’s ever-growing chorus of Mexican cuisines with a gripping melody — singing of family and identity and place.
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