The original restaurant shuttered almost two years ago, but later this year, the rooster will rise again. We're talking, of course, about chef Doug Robson's Gallo Blanco, which was once located inside the Clarendon Hotel and will relocate in the coming months to the Garfield neighborhood. The restaurant's cheeky name translates literally to "white rooster," a Mexican slang term for "white guy" and a not-so-ironic reference to the chef himself. While Robson might look like your average gringo, he was born and raised outside of Mexico City, and brings plenty of street cred to both his Mexican restaurants, Otro Cafe and Gallo Blanco. Robson grew up cooking traditional mole and making tortillas with his adopted grandmother before moving to Texas and later attending Scottsdale Culinary Institute. He worked under James Beard Award-winning chef Robert McGrath, and opened La Grande Orange as executive chef before striking out on his own with Gallo Blanco in 2009. Otro Cafe opened its doors several years later, helping cement Robson's reputation as one of the best chefs in town at turning out authentic yet approachable regional Mexican cuisine.