Veracruz, a thin and wrinkly shaped state on the Gulf, wasn't the most loved state in Mexico. The Spanish used the region as a gateway to the New World, trouncing local tribes in search of gold. But they also brought along olives, capers, almonds and other treasures from home, imprinting a casual Mediterranean character upon the local cuisine. They chilled Mexican... More >>>
Mesa brings Veracruz's milder Mexican to Oak Cliff.