argentine cuisine

Restaurant Review: Choripan Argentine Grill

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Choripan Argentine Grill

Choripan Argentine Grill had a quiet opening on the northwest side. As its name suggests, Argentinian fare is on the menu, and it’s not just Argentinian: Choripan is a health-conscious establishment, too. It serves from a menu that is all gluten-free.  Gluten-free Argentinian is quite a distinctive combo. It might be easy for a restaurant to […]

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Barroluco Pearl Alley Location Now Open for Lunch

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Barroluco Pearl Alley Location Now Open for Lunch

Barroluco is now open at 47 N. Pearl St., where El Arepazo operated until just a couple weeks ago. The restaurant started as a food truck in 2016, making their location on Pearl Alley their first brick and mortar. Fans of the food truck will find familiar offerings, including their paella, empanadas, choripan, ribs, churros […]

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Barroluco Opening First Brick and Mortar Downtown

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Barroluco Opening First Brick and Mortar Downtown

El Arepazo’s old Pearl Alley location won’t go vacant for long. Barroluco, voted top food truck by CU readers in 2017, will open its first brick and mortar there soon. Barroluco, owned and operated by Omar D’Angelo and family, doesn’t have an opening date for the new location at 47 N. Pearl St., though the […]

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