First Look: OSO brings forward-thinking taqueria concept to Paseo in late October 

The newest restaurant addition to Paseo Arts District comes from the neighborhood’s most prominent restaurateurs, owner Shaun Fiaccone and chef Ryan Parrott (Picasso Café, The Other Room and upcoming Frida), who will introduce OSO at the end of October. 

Located at 603 NW 28th Street on the lower level of the new Pueblo development, OSO will put an emphasis on craft cocktails and fresh tacos. The menu will feature 14 types of tacos that include interesting fillings like Kansas City brisket burnt ends, pork belly, al pastor and at least five vegetarian varieties. Located at 603 NW 28th Street on the lower level of the new Pueblo development, OSO will put an emphasis on craft cocktails and fresh tacos. The menu will feature 14 types of tacos that include interesting fillings like Kansas City brisket burnt ends, pork belly, al pastor and at least five vegetarian varieties.

The newest restaurant addition to Paseo Arts District comes from the neighborhood’s most prominent restaurateurs, owner Shaun Fiaccone and chef Ryan Parrott (Picasso Café, The Other Room and upcoming Frida), who will introduce OSO at the end of October. 

 

Located at 603 NW 28th Street on the lower level of the new Pueblo development, OSO will put an emphasis on craft cocktails and fresh tacos. The menu will feature 14 types of tacos that include interesting fillings like Kansas City brisket burnt ends, pork belly, al pastor and at least five vegetarian varieties.
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