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Gallo Blanco Opens For Business

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In case you didn't catch the latest comment on my original post about Gallo Blanco Cafe at the Clarendon, here's the word from chef Doug Robson that his new Mexican joint is finally open:

Thanks For the Support!
We are cooking now so I Hope you can join us.
We are located one block south of Indian School Rd. Best way is to take Indian school Rd. to 3 Ave. Go south to the next street which is going to be Clarendon Ave. Turn Right and you will see the Hotel on the Corner. During evening hours you can park in the parking lot that is located on the southeast corner of 4 Ave. and Clarendon Ave.
We look forward in serving you!
We are open 7AM-10PM Sunday through Thursday. Fridays and Saturdays 7AM-11 and hopefully later for Midnight Tacos & Tortas.

Chow
D.

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