New York Times adds two Denver eateries to 2023 best restaurant list

The Denver restaurant accolades just keep piling up. After a thrilling week of Michelin awards, The New York Times just included two Denver restaurants in its 2023 best restaurant list.

La Diabla Pozole y Mezcal, owned by Jose Avila, and Molotov Kitschen + Cocktails, owned by Bo Porytko, were among the “50 places in the United States that we’re most excited about right now,” the newspaper wrote.

AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post

Owner Jose Avila greets passersby as cook Chuy Garcia mans the meat for tacos al pastor at La Diabla Pozolería y Mezcalería on Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2021. (AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post)

Both restaurants are newcomers to the Times’ third annual list. Although, since chef Avila opened La Diabla in 2021, he’s been no stranger to awards. Bon Appetit named La Diabla Denver’s best new restaurant of 2022, and he was nominated for a James Beard Award the past two years. Most recently, Michelin awarded La Diabla Bib Gourmand recognition.

“… Avila is something of a serial specialist,” Brian Gallagher of The New York Times wrote in the article. “Previously heading up Machete Tequila + Tacos, he then became known for his El Borrego Negro pop-ups, where he grilled a whole sheep on Sundays. Here, he is working with the signature hominy soup of his native Mexico… .”

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