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Best Pozole in San Miguel?

BerkshireTsarina Mar 22, 2008 03:46 PM

Looking to try pozole for the first time, so far have heard about Bugambilia and La Posadita. What about La Alborada? Any other place? Any opinions on these? Also, should I try red or white pozole (in other words, what's the difference?) Thanks in advance, chowhounds----

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    RoyRon RE: BerkshireTsarina Mar 24, 2008 11:21 AM


    I have had the Pozole at La Posadita a couple of times and really enjoyed. I haven't tried it at the other places you mention but La Posadita's hit the spot as does most of the other dishes they serve. I love that place because of thr roof top dining experience, excellent Mexican at reasonable prices and damn good Margaritas.

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      BerkshireTsarina RE: RoyRon Mar 27, 2008 09:00 PM

      Hi RoyRon,
      Just returned from having Pozole at La Alborada. Great! And has the bonus of being totally an SMA locals place, which made it really interesting as well. And cheap --- you wouldn't believe! We tried La Posadita when we first got here: gorgeous view, freezing wind, food okay but somehow --- we prefer El Correo, Cafe la Parroquia, Ole Ole. Maybe more down and dirty? Anyway, a friend who lives here said La Alborada was where he ate his pozole, so we gave it a try. Wish we weren't leaving on Monday, so I could eat it again!
      Lucky you, to be staying here ---

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