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Owner at Comida in Denver and Aurora CO
I love that not only does being a part of the Schedulefly family truly feel like family but the tools it offers are ones that help us be better at what we do. Itís not just an online platform for shift swapping, it a place were we can learn from one another, post messages and share shit that matters. And that is all backed up by a committed and informed group of guys that actually give a crap. They call and text and email and they have our backs, as we grow and thrive and also when we stumble and learn. ~ Rayme Rossello
Comida was created by Rayme Rossello in 2010 and is operated by an incredible group of people who love what they do and infuse their passion for food and drink into every bite and sip. Comida is comfort in the form of Mexican street food. What was originally only served out of the window of our big pink Food Truck, Tina has grown up into a small restaurant group with 3 locations along the Colorado front range.
Comida offers simple, authentic small plate dining at it's unpretentious best. We feature slow-cooked, authentic, traditional Mexican street food (with just a hint of the South), incredible handmade desserts and refreshing beverages using the freshest ingredients and artisanal preparation all served with care in an environment that is visually rich but unpretentious - a feast for the senses on all levels.
The Comida Cantinas are small, funky, not overly precious but delicious neighborhood joints filled with the flavors we have come to love over the years while visiting family and friends in Mexico. The food we serve is filled with tons of flavor and richness. It is, however, authentic to the basic flavors and presentations of Mexican food only to a point. The rest has all been created out of a desire to try new things with these flavors as the base. Our roots are based in street food. Little bites, affordable, quick and delicious.
They [Schedulefly] call and text and email and they have our backs, as we grow and thrive and also when we stumble and learn.