Two established restaurateurs, Chris Sedgwick and his former wife Michele, were seeking in 2005 a new way to express their love of food. What they came up with was a hip and authentic taqueria that they located in an abandoned Pure Fuel Oil gas station dating to the 1920s. With a fun vibe and laid-back ambience, Pure Taqueria was “for ourselves,” Chris Sedgwick said. “It’s a hangout that’s open, airy, with our kind of music [loud] and great, very ...
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