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Tuesday, 25 April 2017

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caninecologne

Great post Cathy! I'm so glad that you and the Mister were able to stop by Los Pollos. That CVS used to be "Two Guys" a loooooong time ago. The Grocery Outlet was Foodland briefly but had been the old Seafood City and prior to that, Big Bear. Yes, that's going way back, ha ha.

Los Pollos now has seating inside and actual tables instead of narrow bar height ledges. I still haven't tried their rotisserie (although there is another rotisserie type place a few minutes away on Palomar St, El Pechugon).

Soo @ hungryones

Looks like a cool bakery! Looking forward to seeing how good the chicken is.

Caninecologne

They also have potato ballz here. Not quite Porto's but still just as delicious!

Cathy

Thanks, cc. I just don't research places any more...had a friend in that area many years ago, but she didn't venture out as much. Since Costco is so close and a rotisserie chicken is still only $4.99 there, I haven't tried many others, (but probably should, just to see if there is a difference).

Not as fancy of a Cuban bakery as Azucar, Soo. Since I prefer savory to the occasional sweet, Los Pollos works. We will eventually get the namesake, chicken.

We saw the potato ballz on the menu but weren't sure if they had to be ordered or would be in the counter if available, cc. Will request some at our next visit.

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