Columbian comfort food such as picada, badeja tipica, and ajiaco and some Americanized dishes offered at bargain prices.
The population of pastries includes a large selection of concha, the common Mexican sweet bread; and the ubiquitous fried churro. But one cabinet is filled with factura, an assortment of Argentine pastries. What separates La Guerrerense from other Latino bakeries in the area is the unexpected quality of the factura and visual beauty of the cakes.
Upscale Mexican dining with tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, enchiladas, burritos and tamale treasures. Be sure to savor sipping on one of their delicious margaritas.
Similar to sandwich shops throughout the Middle East: the grill line on one side, a display case packed with salads, dips, pastries and desserts, and a cluster of tables. Try the excellent kibbeh.
This inexpensive bakery offers sensational international treats. Here, chocolate-covered fruits, Napoleons and tarts share space with the treble cleft opera cakes (here called 100 Layer and with the taste of the lovechild of a Napoleon and a tiramisu) as well as Brazilian desserts like passion fruit cake and manjar branco, a coconut pudding often mistaken for a flan.
Margaritas in three sizes, a variety of tequilas, typical Tex Mex and traditional coastal Mexican dishes find a home in this friendly family-owned spot. Traditional dishes are listed on the a second menu with pictures.
Colombian and Cuban dishes unite for a menu full of delicious selections. Tender marinated pork and fresh bread makes up the Cuban sandwich, which is a must try.
Entrees include crab cakes, shrimp & tortellini, fish-n-chips and more.
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