Along with partner Dave Paco, they're opening an international hostel in Puerto Escondido, Mexico, named Osa Mariposa (which translates to "Bear Butterfly"), where rooms will go for as little as $15 a night (shared) -- and the pastries at breakfast should be unsurpassed, judging from the baked goods the couple offer in Denver right now.
The Landes family is off on a two-week trip to Mexico to "develop the menu and to play in the waves," Dan reports. We'll have more details when they return; in the meantime, here's an interview he gave to VegNews.
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