Wally Rivera, proprietor of El Corillo Pinchos de Puerto Rico, is serving Puerto Rican quick meals from his cell trailer grill. He made a cease on the Meals to Energy Harvest Fest on Nov. 13, the place he was grilling rooster or veggie Puerto Rican-style barbecue kabobs pinchos. Pinchos is Spanish for “spikes,” that are a Puerto Rican quick meals staple. He tucked a fats slice of grilled garlic bread within the tray with the kabobs. He may be discovered usually at 719 Meals Truck Fest. Particulars: 719-354-4160, fb.com/elcorillopinchosdepr.
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Associated to the Meals to Energy Harvest Fest, there have been excursions of the Hillside Hub, 1090 Institute St., which will likely be outfitted with a full-scale manufacturing farm. “We can develop recent vegatables and fruits,” stated Slade Custer, communications and improvement supervisor for Meals to Energy.
“There will likely be a large-scale composting park, an occasions area, kitchens and school rooms to show individuals methods to cook dinner and different related expertise, in addition to home our administrative places of work.”
The mission has been 5 years within the making with revisions of constructing plans, permits and fundraising.
“We broke floor on it June 12 of this 12 months,” he stated. “And it’s set to open in February.”
Go to foodtopowerco.org/hillside-hub.
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Large new concept
Epiphany, 32 S. Tejon St., has opened on the higher stage of the previous Thirsty Parrot. Benjamin Gallegos Pardo, managing companion proprietor, is the chef, who’s getting ready a restricted menu the primary couple of weeks. Dishes boast his Cuban influences and flavors. The eatery is a breakfast and lunch spot by day and transitions to a dinner format with a bar and reside music venue within the evenings. Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesdays, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursdays, 7 a.m. to midnight Fridays, 8 a.m. to midnight Saturdays, and eight a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays. Particulars: 719-358-7500, epiphanycos.com.
Colorado Springs café has reimagined idea and new chef
Carolina and Danny Aguilar, the house owners of Salsa Latina, 28 E. Rio Grande St., are retiring and handing the enterprise over to Aguilar members of the family Christina Medina and Rebecca Nix, who’re persevering with the favored menu with the addition of some new dishes.
“We have now prolonged hours and the large change is that we take bank cards,” Medina stated. “That’s a giant deal.”
Hours are 10 a.m. to six:30 p.m. Mondays by Fridays and 10 a.m. to three p.m. Saturdays. Particulars: 719-328-1513, fb.com/Salsa-Latina- 116175365074177.
Open once more
Poor Richard’s Downtown, 320-324 1/2 N. Tejon St., has reopened since closing Nov. 7, 2020, for renovations. Hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays by Fridays, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and 9 a.m. to five p.m. Particulars: 719-578-5549, poorrichardsdowntown.com.
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