Italian Kitchen El Paso

Italian Kitchen El Paso

Federico Archuleta Federico Archuleta was born and raised in the bordertown of El Paso, Texas, with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on the other side of the Rio Grande. Like siamese twins, these cities are joined by bridges that hustle humanity, commerce, and contraband to and fro between the North and South. Ever since Federico was thigh-high, he wanted to be an artist, and in his youth he crossed these bridges for cross pollination, letting that mad mexican culture get under his skin and that big daddy american pop get into his hair. Forsaking a formal art school education, Federico went for the “school of the streets” approach instead, recieving his education by directly working at jobs that honed his skills. This took him from creating mascots for platoons at Ft. Bliss,Texas to being a portrait artist on the market squares of Guadalajara, Mexico, all the way to Las Vegas and other cities as a display artist for Tower Records. About Gusto Italian Kitchen Our Story Local Vendors Community Partners About the Artist Meet the Owners
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Italian Kitchen El Paso

Federico Archuleta was born and raised in the bordertown of El Paso, Texas, with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on the other side of the Rio Grande. Like siamese twins, these cities are joined by bridges that hustle humanity, commerce, and contraband to and fro between the North and South. Ever since Federico was thigh-high, he wanted to be an artist, and in his youth he crossed these bridges for cross pollination, letting that mad mexican culture get under his skin and that big daddy american pop get into his hair. Forsaking a formal art school education, Federico went for the “school of the streets” approach instead, recieving his education by directly working at jobs that honed his skills. This took him from creating mascots for platoons at Ft. Bliss,Texas to being a portrait artist on the market squares of Guadalajara, Mexico, all the way to Las Vegas and other cities as a display artist for Tower Records. About Gusto Italian Kitchen Our Story Local Vendors Community Partners About the Artist Meet the Owners
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Italian Kitchen El Paso

mattcharles51736Reviewed March 23, 2016 Great Place!Great place to take a date, particularly while sitting on the porch area. The chicken jerusalem and spaghetti are my favorites. Best Italian in El Paso.Thank mattcharles517
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Italian Kitchen El Paso

Federico Archuleta was born and raised in the bordertown of El Paso, Texas, with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on the other side of the Rio Grande. Like siamese twins, these cities are joined by bridges that hustle humanity, commerce, and contraband to and fro between the North and South.
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Italian Kitchen El Paso

Federico Archuleta was born and raised in the bordertown of El Paso, Texas, with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on the other side of the Rio Grande. Like siamese twins, these cities are joined by bridges that hustle humanity, commerce, and contraband to and fro between the North and South. Ever since Federico was thigh-high, he wanted to be an artist, and in his youth he crossed these bridges for cross pollination, letting that mad mexican culture get under his skin and that big daddy american pop get into his hair. Forsaking a formal art school education, Federico went for the “school of the streets” approach instead, recieving his education by directly working at jobs that honed his skills. This took him from creating mascots for platoons at Ft. Bliss,Texas to being a portrait artist on the market squares of Guadalajara, Mexico, all the way to Las Vegas and other cities as a display artist for Tower Records.
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Italian Kitchen El Paso

daddymo2Buda, Texas68566Reviewed August 30, 2016 good place out of the ordinaryThe Italian Kitchen is good. A little hard to fin though it is on a busy street. Parking is limited, but the food is fantastic. Been there for lunch many times. Always good service. Always good food. Good prices.Thank daddymo2
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Italian Kitchen El Paso

Reviewed August 30, 2016 good place out of the ordinaryThe Italian Kitchen is good. A little hard to fin though it is on a busy street. Parking is limited, but the food is fantastic. Been there for lunch many times. Always good service. Always good food. Good prices.Thank daddymo2

Italian Kitchen El Paso