Mike Cordero is one of the most prolific restaurateurs in Arlington.
He’s the man behind local hotspots like Don Tito, The G.O.A.T., Barley Mac, Bronx Pizza and soon — The Bronson and Taco Rock. Also, you might have seen him cruising the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor in his Bentley.
On this week’s 26 Square Miles podcast, we talked with Cordero about his background, the success of his restaurants, the partnerships that helped build that success, and his new concepts.
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