La Doña Al Pastor Taqueria Salsas Into Zeppelin Station – Eater Denver

Zeppelin Station lands a new al pastor taqueria from chef Bill Espiricueta. La Doña, a term of endearment for grandmothers and elder women, offers a Mexico City-style al pastor, carved straight from the trompo and garnished with onion, cilantro, and pineapple.

Espiricueta, who owns of Smok at The Source, and Joey Woodwell, executive chef and restaurant partner, plan to experiment with dishes in their new location, which officially opened on March 4.

Espiricueta spent the last 10 years developing these recipes that span from tacos (three for $8) and tostadas with pork (two for $7) to a quesadilla ($7) and al pastor fries ($9). Burritos ($9), guacamole ($7), and chips and salsa ($5) round out the menu, while specials do pop up.

Joey Woodwell, La Doña partner and chef, grew up in New Mexico heavily influenced by “las doñas” in his community. He spent 10 years at Grass Mountain Grill in Vail before teaming up with Espiricueta.

Quesadillas at La Doña
Quesadillas at La Doña
La Doña [Official Site]
Tacos at La Doña
Tacos at La Doña
La Doña [Official Site]

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