Inferno's head chef aims to expand Valley's palate

Chef Aaron Lopez talks about the variety of American and Italian rustic food prepared at Inferno restaurant Wednesday in Brawley.JOSELITO VILLERO PHOTOWednesday, January 14, 2015

BRAWLEY — With a menu that features a bison burger, served with an artichoke aoili puree, onion jam and arugula, as well as dessert that includes deep-fried ice cream topped with brown sugar crumble and persimmon sauce, the newly opened Inferno restaurant is in a class by itself.

"It's a place you can actually come to and talk about the food," said head chef Aaron Lopez.

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