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  • #94802

    Senator Tankerbell
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    I need to know where I can find really good empanadas. I really appreciate any help you can offer.

    #521433

    Jman4ever
    Participant

    El Arepazo[/url]

    #521434
    murfmurphy
    murfmurphy
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    There is a truck on the corner of Hague and Fisher that has empanadas in the name. I can’t vouch for anything, but they seem to specialize in them. Also, Si Senor on Long St. downtown has them. Also can’t vouch for the quality, but if they are anywhere near as good as the sandwiches they should be excellent.

    #521435

    joev
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    El Arepazo in Gahanna has corn-meal empanadas and they’re really good.

    #521436

    lifeliberty
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    Arepazo(both locations)

    #521437

    Schoolboy
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    Watch out…

    El Arepazo does not serve the empanadas for dinner. Lunch menu only

    Really ticked me off a couple of Saturday’s ago.

    #521438

    Rocknrolloutlaws
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    The best empanada I’ve had in town came from Si Senor. It’s just one of the many things they do well.

    I just saw that a new empanada truck opened on Wilson Road:
    https://twitter.com/EmpanadaJoes

    #521439

    mbeaumont
    Participant

    Sidebar has empanadas as well.

    Also, taco trucks with empanadas:

    http://tacotruckscolumbus.com/?s=empanadas

    #521440

    News
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    Empanada Intifada Set to Open this Fall
    Published on August 6, 2013 1:30 pm
    By: Ayana Wilson

    For those who may not be familiar, the empanada is, in many ways, the Spanish version of the calzone – a stuffed sandwich filled with either savory or sweet ingredients that’s usually baked or deep-fried. It was born as street food, but has grown into a very mature epicurean treat.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/empanada-intifada-set-to-open-this-fall-aw1

    #521441

    News
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    Empanadas Return to Seventh Son Via Bolsanada
    Published on January 23, 2014 11:10 am
    By: Walker

    A team of empanada entrepreneurs test-drove a food business concept at Seventh Son last year to see how crowds would react to their gourmet take on the popular latin dish. This weekend they’re ready to make their debut with a new name: Bolsanada.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/empanadas-return-to-seventh-son-via-bolsanada

    #1102892

    News
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    Dada Empanada Opens University District Restaurant
    November 19, 2015 6:00 am – Rebecca Wagner

    Tucked away on the corner of Summit and Chittenden, right in between Phamous Philly’s and the soon-to-open Rooks Tavern, the colorful storefront of Dada Empanada has opened to cater to your cravings for Latin-American cuisine.

    READ MORE: https://www.columbusunderground.com/dada-empanada-rw1

    #1102899
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
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    in.

    #1102914
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    in.

    I really want to try out their mofongo version.

    The craving is strong today.

    #1103427

    goldenidea
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    I’ve been to Dada more than a half-dozen times now. Rather than being fried, which is the typical way to make them, they bake their empanadas. I think they are better that way. Very nice people run the place too! In addition to the mofongo, try the black & blue and the Argentinean.

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