Cruising past the bus station I began scanning the right side of the road for El Viroleño. I spotted the squat blue and white building between a tattoo parlor and a homeless shelter. A hand painted sign declared the restaurant served “pupusas, tacos y mas.” I pulled in behind the building, parked, and walked in the backdoor through a weed choked courtyard.
Tables filled the center of the white and blue painted restaurant and were surrounded by mismatched chairs. A large colorful map of El Savador hung near a wall mounted air conditioning unit. The televisions in the restaurant were off, and a lone man sat at the bar nursing a beer. For more on El Viroleño read the full review on Tallahassee.com
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