In Utah County, we're blessed with an abundance of authentic cuisines at restaurants serving food from the around the world. 

A variety of restaurants representing countries from Argentina to Mexico are helping to keep Latino culture alive in Utah County.

Each Latino restaurant in the area offers its own unique take on traditional Mexican, Central American or South American fare, according to Abraham Hernandez, executive director of Centro Hispano.

“If you think you’ve tried one taco shop, you haven’t tried them all. Everyone will have their own spin on it. Each generation will have their own spin,” Hernandez said. “Each taco shop is going to taste different, because even within our own country of origin, it’s still regional, much like the United States.”

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