A friend recommended El Moro after hearing that they had continued to pay their employees after closing last year for three months due to a kitchen fire. They asked the employees to spend their free time volunteering in the community. How can you not support a business that does that? As it turns out, I would have wanted to go there anyway for the food and service. We had one of the cheeses (an English cheddar), and then I had the beet salad and my husband had the Cuban sandwich. The portions were huge, so we took the leftovers for lunch the next day. And our server was perfect...attentive but not intrusive. I highly recommend El Moro!
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