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In 2008, restaurateur Dilcia Molina, a Salvadorian ex-pat, opened this family-friendly eatery with burritos, enchiladas, fajitas, seafood dishes, ceviche and more than a dozen specialty dishes.
Home build in 1815. Interpretive program and tour of home offered 1-4pm Thursday and Sunday. Group tours by appointment only. Guided tours with Curator at 1pm and 3pm. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for students and seniors.
Delicious Vietnamese cuisine with lots of fresh herbs in creative combinations. Try the yellow pancake, or let the helpful staff steer your order. $$.
A small takeout shop a dozen banh mi sandwiches on the roster. Sandwiches range between $3 and $3.50. Sundays are busy. Some have proclaimed the banh mi the best sandwich on the planet; Le's offers a well-crafted rendition.
Inside two lines form: one for the freshly baked corn tortillas, the other for meats. Lupita's has five or six butchers on-site, and the prepared meats include barbecued beef (weekends), roasted chicken in adobo sauce, and roasted pork — with or without the skin.
The basmati radiates the flavors of caramelized vegetables, spices and herbs from within and is a dish at once delicious and soulful. The Persis menu also dabbles in the major cuisines of India with a roundup of familiar suspects: chicken tikka masala, butter chicken, lamb rogan josh and goat curry. Try the crispy samosas, tender pieces of tandoor chicken imbued with smoke and spice, and hot-to-the-touch roti and kulcha bread baskets.
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