Visiting our son in Portland for the weekend, stumbled upon this gem! So good, we each had a different torta, so delicious. The atmosphere was cool too. You won’t be disappointed.
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I made plans to meet a friend for lunch at 11, which is just when Guero opens. Parking (unless you'll be there no more than an hour) was a pain, but I finally found a spot a couple of blocks away. On a sunny day...More
OK. Just sandwiches and bowls. But wow. Delicious. Packed with flavor. I had the Ahogada sandwich. Pork shoulder and spices. It was impressive. Because it is near Burnside, parking is a pain. It's a popular place, so go early or be prepared for a little...More
We went for drinks on a Friday late afternoon. Not crowded in the least. No Happy Hour that we saw, but our drinks, while expensive, were quite tasty. Tasteful decor and the tall guy wearing shorts on a chilly November night was friendly and efficient...More
This is a great place for really good, authentic tortas. While not cheat (my carnitas torta was $9.50), it was definitely big enough for two meals -- if you can stop eating it!
It's not every day you come upon a place like this. The food is phenomenal. The flavors are so rich and spicy. I did not partake in the cocktails as it was lunch time during work hours but I would love to sip a margarita...More
Was recently complaining that since Esparza left, we don't have any Latin food in the neighborhood where we can take kids. Then I noticed guero and saw it pop up on bon appetite's best new restaurant list. And the re right! We all had the...More
Mexican sandwiches and vegetarian bowls is what you get at this very casual local dine in/out place and yes they serve alcohol
World War 2 history might have been different had Guero been on the island of Oahu, Hawaii during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Instead of the command of Tora! Tora! Tora! the Japanese squad commander in a fit of hunger, and the fact that...More
The carnitas gotta is hands down, the best thing ever! My love for shredded meat blinds me from looking any further. The roll is so delish and the topics are so fresh, the esquites and the refrito torta were also to die for! Sitting outside...More