Bizarra Capital: Why to Eat in Whittier


Tavo de cameron at Bizarra Capital.; Credit: Anne FishbeinTavo de cameron at Bizarra Capital.; Credit: Anne Fishbein

Diaz has always been a progressive thinker when it comes to his home cuisine, the kind of guy who at any moment can rattle off a dozen variations of salsa that have been dancing around in his head over the past week. But it feels like Bizarra Capital — named for the street in Mexico City his mother grew up on, as well as a rather obscure Ramón López Velarde poem — is his true passion project. Read the full review.