Jorge Pingarron

  • Blogs

    July 17, 2012

    El Olvido has closed on South Broadway

    The big question isn't why El Olvido closed, but how this Jaliscan eatery stayed open as long as it did. No sooner had it taken over the former home of Hades at 2200 South Broadway in the spring of 2011 than the city started a massive street project outside. And this stretch of Broadway is still a ... More >>

  • Dining

    September 22, 2011
  • Blogs

    September 21, 2011

    Photos: El Olvido

    Mark MangerCarne en su jugo in the bottom right corner with accoutrements.​For this week's review, I visited El Olvido, a five-month-old restaurant on South Broadway that owner Jorge Pingarron calls "Mexican, but not Mexican." By that he means not Colorado Mexican, because his place specialize ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 20, 2011

    El Olvido is a Mexican but "not Mexican" restaurant

    Hunter Stevens​In a town full of Mexican restaurants that serve enchiladas, tacos and green chile-smothered burritos, Jorge Pingarron was certain about one thing: He wanted to open something different.

  • Blogs

    April 21, 2011

    Now open: El Olvido

    Carne en su jugo at El Olvido​Almost two months after Jorge Pingarron first told Cafe Society that he was opening a "Mexican, but not Mexican" restaurant on South Broadway, the native of Acapulco has made good on his word: El Olvido opened last night with a fiesta, and when we stopped by today ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 2, 2011

    El Olvido brings regional Mexican specialties to South Broadway

    Lori Midson​"It's gonna be Mexican, but not Mexican." So says Jorge Pingarron, who's opening El Olvido in the former Hades Bar & Grill (and South Broadway Grill, and El Ranchito, and, long ago, Mr. Steak) spot on South Broadway. And what he means by "not Mexican" is that he's not going to ser ... More >>