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Eating Out - March 25, 2022

A new food movement

Star chef Traci Des Jardins turns the page on Mexican cuisine with el Alto

by Anthony Shu

Renowned chef Traci Des Jardins, a James Beard award winner and recognized leader of the California cuisine movement, is bringing a fresh focus on food to the Midpeninsula. This week, Des Jardin opened her new California-Mexican restaurant el Alto at the State Street Market food hall in Los Altos.

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