The disparate events heralded in the headline above are not that disparate. Nathaniel Gravely has been working for a while on the renovation of the former Pride Tile Co. building at 514 Baxter Ave. Chef Bruce Ucán of Mayan Cafe began his restaurant career with a food truck. Now the two have joined into an agreement that will have Ucan’s Mayan Street Food truck serving snacks like guacamole and Mexican street corn; tacos including Kentucky silver carp fish and shredded chicken; and the ever-popular salbutes. Gluten-free and vegetarian options will be available. Continue reading Mayan food truck returns! Gravely Brewing Co. opens!
All those out-of-towners sure do fill up our local restaurants this weekend. For those with undecided Derby dining plans, there might still be some chances to snag a table. Here are some of the places that you can consider. Continue reading Derby dining is still possible
The Latin Kitchen, a popular web site devoted to the cuisines of Latin America, has published a long interview with Bruce Ucan, chef and owner of The Mayan Café, E. Market St. Ucan is described accurately as “neither a food festival regular nor a TV cooking contest judge; in fact, he is actually in the kitchen at his popular Mayan Café restaurant six nights a week, serving the best Yucatecan cuisine you’ve ever had.” Continue reading Bruce Ucan of Mayan Café interviewed by The Latin Kitchen