It has been a year of accomplishments for David Suro-Piñera, owner of Los Catrines Restaurant and Tequila Bar in Philadelphia. The restaurant, which is touted as the first to serve authentic Mexican cuisine in the city, turned 20. Suro-Piñera also launched his own brand of kosher tequila, which is made solely from the agave plant found in his native Mexico. Siembra Azul, or Blue Harvest, has won critical acclaim and is now sold in finedining restaurants and some retail outlets on the East ...
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