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La Cocina executive director Caleb Zigas.
Luis Vázquez of Chaac Mool
Isabel Caudillo of El Buen Comer running her stand at this year's Street Food Festival.
The Third Annual Street Food Festival celebrated the hard work of La Cocina's businesses and drew in a crowd of over 35,000 guests.
El Hurache Loco will open their own restaurant in the fall. They are the first of La Cocina's businesses to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant.
Street Food Festival attendees munching away.