Glad to hear that Parked Pierogi is back up and running!
A sopaipilla, sopapilla, sopaipa, or cachanga is a kind of fried pastry and a type of quick bread served in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Peru and Uruguay, New Mexico and Texas. Some Mexican restaurants serve them to capture other Latin American customers but they are not know in Mexico.
Heres the link to the site
Nothing will ever beat the Holly and Jeff days at La Petite...it was perfection.
From Side Dish Jan, 22- Holding the tacos
La'au's Taco Shop (830 N. Tejon St., #110, laaustacoshop.com) is under construction, with both interior and patio remodeling in the works. Look for a re-opening this summer.
La'au's is just under construction; it'll be back next summer!
La'au's is closed down for the winter due to CC construction, but is coming back next summer, don't worry!
Nothing on La'au's bit still. It's still in title too. Please say it ain't so
Sorry Jeff, that's fixed now.
There was nothing about La'au's going on hiatus. Is this really happening, and when?
Don't use SoDo. We aren't Denver.
I'm all for The Pinery being a successful business. However, as a concerned neighbor of the business, I am concerned that each added business proposal will only lead to more infringements on our cozy little neighborhood. Already, though it was indicated at the initial meeting that parking lot lights would be established in such a way as to not infringe on the surrounding neighborhood, we spend the night with very bright lights beaming straight through our bedroom window. I hope the business is community-minded and wants to work with the community as a good neighbor and not just for the purpose of having higher revenues.
A fundraiser to benefit Adams Mountain Cafe and staff has been announced for Thursday, Aug., 22, 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Margarita at PineCreek. $25 per person includes Bristol beers, tapas and small plates alongside live music. Seating is limited so call ahead (598-8667) to reserve.
I hope he continues to offer free wi-fi (with a five dollar purchase) as the sign on the door says...not sure how it is free if you have to spend $5, although I understand what the purpose is.
The new date for September is the 8th. See you there!
King - Now that is a dang good review. Well written and didn't pretend that you were not his buddy. I'm going to try it simply because I liked what you said and how you said it.
Andres has a passion for cooking and I have a passion for good food. We spent a lot of time in a kitchen in Iraq together talking about that passion and his plans to get his own thing started.
(by the way, I wasn't in there cooking. I was in there waiting for his food to be done!) He is a master of making appetizing meals with limited materials in confined spaces. Combine that with his Columbian influence and you're left with food that tastes fresh and leaves you feeling satisfied.
I am completely confident that this will be THE BEST food truck in Colorado and will only get better. I vouch for this man and his truck not only as a friend but as a food enthusiast.
Enjoy his food truck while you can. With his personality, it won't be long before he ends up with his own television show.
Thanks for the tip on Ranch food direct, went today and had an awesome bacon cheeseburger, with home made fries (cooked in beef talo) and a drink all for $6 even. Drive past Carl's, McDs, BK, Arbys, Taco Bell, and all the rest to this place.
This is really helpful information, and some of what makes living here fun...this is my favorite column in the Indy...good work and thank you!
Nourish is really wonderful alternative to a greasy hamburger...everything is fresh, the people are enthusiastic, the place is clean and relaxed.
Really just everything you would hope for in this sort of healthy eats oriented place.
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