No, really. Enter it. Seriously. Go inside. Wonderful aromas of spices and cooking meats hit you upon entering the cozy little place. Reggae is on the stereo. Fun decorations are scattered about: bamboo accents and witch doctors abound, and theres a colorful clay set of Mexican Luche Libre wrestlers (the guys with the masks) on the counter.
Chef Antonio Fraga of Casa Rasta hails from Mexico City, so it's understandable that buzz has been growing about his Mexican and Caribbean influences — not to mention the tacos and carnitas themselves. Fraga has noticed that many of Pittsburgh's little eateries bloom when...
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