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Felix

from Mexico to Mulberry Street, Felix is the faster cucinero I ever saw. 

He can cook 6 different meal at once. 

He speaks perfect Neapolitan and while he's working, he loves to listen to mexican techno music. Loud!

He cooks an average of 1000 meals per day.

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Gustavo

Gustavo

Gustavo

Jose

From Uruguay to Mulberry Street, Jose is the man! Tough like a nail!

Sick passion for BMW, beautiful women and yes, cigarettes.

I asked him if he wanted to come with me to a Sun Ra Arkestra concert one and he said: I'm here in America only to work.

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Jose

Enay

from Mexico to Mulberry Street, Enay is the faster and stronger bus boy I ever saw.

His chest old school tattoo reminds him that death looks like a beautiful woman.

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Enay

Enay

Gustavo

From Guatemala to  Mulberry Street, Gustavo is the quintessence of philosophy.

He read 2 books per week and man, he can speak like a leader.

I never saw him walking around without a book in his hands. 

Once he introduces to me Augusto Monterroso Bonilla a Honduran writer who adopted Guatemalan nationality, known for the ironical and humorous style of his short stories. The best one is considered the shortest short story ever written: "when he woke up, the dinosaur was still there".

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Gustavo