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David GuerreroAndes Cafe

Can a chef rise, fall and rise again? That describes David Guerrero’s career, where he moved from a successful turn as Samba Grille’s executive chef to opening Peruvian restaurant Alma. Unfortunately, Alma shuttered, and his plans to reopen in Montrose never came together.


Chef David Guerrero

Now he’s back at casual Andes Cafe in the Second Ward with a breakfast and lunch menu of classic South American fare that’s among this year’s best new restaurants. Guerrero is already expanding the menu, adding an avant garde tasting menu on Wednesday nights and Argentian parrilladas on Thursdays.

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