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Pollo la Brasa (K-town) is expanding

Grog May 7, 2010 01:41 PM

I appologize if this is old information, but one of my favorite lunch places, Pollo la Brasa has broken ground and is expanding. At the 8th and Western location, the prior car wash is now ruble and constuction has begun. I'm told there will be a more "plush" sit down space and an expansion of the kitchen. I've eaten here weekly for nearly 12 years, take out almost exclusively. Looking forward to a new environment where I can relax while enjoying the best rotisserie chicken ever!

  1. Ciao Bob May 7, 2010 02:02 PM

    Amen, Hallelujah / Alleluia, Hosanna, Maranatha

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    1. re: Ciao Bob
      Mr Taster May 7, 2010 02:16 PM

      The real question is, how did they get the Russians to buy the car wash?

      I, too, am delighted to hear of the expansion, though there was something rather chaotically gezellig about the place.

      Mr Taster

      1. re: Mr Taster
        k
        kevin May 7, 2010 08:04 PM

        i liked that little crappy stand. Will we still have the pieces of wood stacked outside.
        who knows maybe they'll add a wine list too?

        is it open during the exansion? or close for the next few weeks or months?

        1. re: kevin
          Grog May 11, 2010 12:43 PM

          is it open during the exansion? or close for the next few weeks or months?

          open

          1. re: Grog
            Skunk2Racer May 11, 2010 04:06 PM

            Yes The "crappy little stand" is Still OPEN! Went and bought chicken Sunday.

        2. re: Mr Taster
          Ciao Bob May 8, 2010 11:56 AM

          Had to look gezellig up, great word.

          I will admit some trepidation that quality will suffer with expansion as is so often the case. OTH, they do seem to have a lock-down on their product...I've had it scores of times and the quality has never varied an iota

      2. g
        granadafan May 11, 2010 09:52 PM

        Hmm, maybe they'll finally get a public health rating above a C this time. Oh, they have the occasional B, but the rest of the time it's a C.

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