Daniel Alum Opens Mexican Seafood Pop-Up in a Converted Garage

Adán Fausto, an alumni of Michelin-starred restaurants like San Francisco’s Sons & Daughters and New York’s Daniel, is now making tuna tostadas and barbecuing oysters in an auto shop next to torta destination Guero. The Oregonian reports Paradise Mariscos, a parking lot pop-up, will camp out in the Northeast Portland lot until October, serving dishes like black cod flautas, shrimp ceviche, and octopus-chorizo sandwiches.

Guero owners Megan Sanchez and Alec Morrison purchased the garage space during the pandemic, with the intention of turning the space into a seafood restaurant. Instead, Fausto took over the space for the summer, collaborating with Güero bartender Ben Skiba for summery cocktails to pair

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