La Taza de Oro
This venue is closed.
Its surroundings make Soup Kitchen International seem courtly. But that’s a small price to pay for such good-natured service and gut-busting Puerto Rican dishes, each one accompanied by a plateful of rice and beans large enough to feed a family of five.
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