Four restaurants are showcasing their best entrees in an event meant to expose more people to Hispanic food.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The ‘Route of Hispanic Flavors’ will come to Jacksonville for this year’s National Hispanic Heritage Month to give people a tour through traditional foods of four Latin countries.
Going to a new restaurant can sometimes be frightening, especially if the food is culturally different from your own. That’s why this year four restaurants are showcasing their best entrees in an event meant to expose more people to Hispanic food.
‘Latin Creations’ is a family-run business, managed by Beatrice Chanbler who moved here from Puerto Rico with her mom.
“She started cleaning houses. When I came to visit her I was like mom, you’re wasting your talent, cause we use to have businesses on the island,” said Beatrice Chanbler, Manager of ‘Latin Creations’.
Bringing the Puerto Rican culture into both