In honor of National Corn on the Cob Day on Tuesday, June 11th, the restaurant Milpa Grille will be offering customers their elotes for just $1.

Located at 2633 East E Chavez Avenue, Milpa Grille’s menu stands out among other Latin American restaurants in Boyle Heights. The business pays homage to Mesoamerican cuisine, incorporating corn, squash and beans into their signature dishes.

From bowls of black beans, grilled corn and veggies to soup made with squash, grilled tomato and corn, menu dishes are low on carbs and a healthy option for customers. Part of the USC Bridges to Business certificate program that helps small businesses owned by women, minorities and veterans, co-owner Deysi Serrano and her partners opened the restaurant’s doors early last year.

The $1 elote offer is limited to one per person and while supplies last. Milpa Grille is open 11 am to 5 pm.

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Alex Medina

Alex Medina is a graduate of Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School and 2018 alumnus of the Boyle Heights Beat. He is a recent graduate of Hamilton College in Central New York where he majored in Hispanic...

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