Caramelized plantains, pit roasted chicken, rice and beans.....Any suggestions?
Join or login to comment.
People were great! The food...not so much.
0 · August 4, 2013
Great people showed for the meetup as always : )
We're having a party for my daughter's birthday. Love this place though :)
0 · July 25, 2013
Get the pupusas that's what else El Salvador is known for. I used to live there long time. If they are super dry and very doughy sitting like pellets don't eat them. Catastrophe later. Enjoy!
0 · July 24, 2013
This is our anniversary so we can't go but let us know how it is!
Nuts! Got a time conflict! Will join you folks another time.
Amy D. changed the date and time to Saturday, August 03, 2013 at 6:00 PM
July 24, 2013
Just called - 5 tables inside and 5 tables outside. Each table seats four. I would say that we should put a limit of 15 so that it isn't overcrowded and try to snag the outside seats so we can push the tables together.
When is a good date for people??
0 · July 22, 2013
They close on Sunday. Saturday evening usually works for me. August 3?
I'm okay with this date. How does everyone else feel about it?
0 · July 23, 2013
They close at 9p. So maybe 5-8 or 6-9?
6-9 would be perfect
Eugene Park changed the location to Cafe Guanaco
July 22, 2013
Cafe Guanaco seems to have 100% fantastic reviews on UrbanSpoon. Reviews state that it's very authentic El Salvadorian food. Limited but delicious menu - Prices look very reasonable. It's not Puerto Rican food, like I've been craving, but a lot of the dishes on the menu look very similar to those I'm use to. If we do a MeetUp here, I'm thinking we may need to put a limit on head count - as it doesn't look like a very big place : /
I've been there and agree that it's got wonderful food! Mmmmm....pupusas!! Also agree it would be tough to fit more than a dozen folks in their tiny space (less than half the size of Chanon Thai Cafe).
The dishes you mention sound more Latin or Caribbean, not Spanish. For Caribbean foods, there's only one spot around that I'm aware of (Adobo's). There are a number of Latin restaurants. And a couple of high-end Spanish joints (Cafe Madrid and Finca).
Coming from an area where the latino demographic was 98% Puerto Rican....we, as well as our Puerto Rican friends referred to such fare as Spanish food in general. But I guess since it was really Puerto Rican cuisine, it would be considered Caribbean or Latin in other parts.
This is a group dedicated to dining out together at various venues across the valley.
We'll sample all kinds of cuisines, American, Mexican, Indian, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, european, central and south american. We are open to suggestions!
This Meetup group is a sub-group of Utah Outdoors.
Follow us on Facebook!
5,966 Hiking Enthusiasts
411 TRAVELBUGS OF UTAH
1,349 shooters and shoppers
1,380 Game Players
921 Light Workers
I'm surprised by the level of growth I've seen since becoming an organizer, it's given me more confidence in my abilities.
— Katie, started NYC ICO
Meetup members, Log in