La Carnita DOS

La Carnita's DOS delivers art and food to the masses

Celebrating street food, art and music, La Carnita's DOS attracted throngs of guests to the Evergreen Brick Works this past Friday. Following last year's inaugural street food and art party, UNO, this year's event brought together international artists, DJs, a guest taqueria (Big Star from Chicago) as well as a sneak peek at Andrew Richmond's soon-to-open eatery The Home of The Brave.

Check out these photos from the tastiest AND hottest (quite literally) food and art party of the summer.

Photos by Morris Lum


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