Chicago, IL 60642
Chicago South Side native Michael Hernandez found his passion for cooking by learning to cook for himself. Hernandez received his formal culinary training from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Chicago, formerly known as The Cooking and Hospitality Institute of Chicago. In 2013, Hernandez wanted to pursue opening his own restaurant and worked his way up in various kitchens, including Vio Café, which he quickly acquired and renamed in 2015.
The menu at Azul Mariscos showcases an exquisite selection of seafood dishes inspired by traditional Mexican recipes. From ceviche and seafood tacos to grilled fish and shrimp enchiladas, each dish is thoughtfully prepared with the finest ingredients and a harmonious blend of spices and seasonings. The flavors burst with freshness, and the presentation is a feast for the eyes. Whether you're a seafood aficionado or a lover of Mexican cuisine, Azul Mariscos offers a tantalizing journey through the coastal flavors of Mexico right in the heart of Goose Island.