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Heads up to people looking for this restaurant -- I was at this address looking for it today and can confirm that it no longer exists. It is now a La Casa del Abuelo, which also occupies the property across the street. La Casa del...More
A small bar which also sells good snacks/tapas. We were especially searching for the best grilled pork ear (oreja ala plancha) and we definitely found one there. The bar is very small and unfortunately not well-maintained. But, if you can ignore this and just enjoy...More
I wanted to go here, looked up info online to make sure they were still in business, saw that casa de abuela had expanded across the street, and la oreja de oro was no longer in business. It's name is still on the outside, so...More
Pigs ears and bull tail. You have got to try it. While it might not be the best food you ever had, you will not find a better host. Alex is great! He if from Cuba but spent some time in Texas. He speaks a...More
Bar tender/cook was incredibly nice! I went in just to try the fried bull ears to say I did it. They were too chewy for me, but anything goes well with cerveza... right? He was very nice and gave me some free fried bacon like...More