Join us for our next gathering at El Tamarindo, the oldest El Salvadoran restaurant in DC and owned by Dame Ana Reyes!
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
El Tamarindo Restaurant
1785 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009
Seated dinner for $50 per person
including tax and tip (drinks not included)
Appetizers Guacamole and Chips
Mini Pupusas - Pork & Cheese, Spinach & Cheese, Spinach & Cheese
Entree Choice of Grilled Chicken or Stuffed Portobello Mushroom
both served with garlic yucca puree and roasted vegetables
El Tamarindo is the longest standing Hispanic-owned business in Washington, DC, serving authentic Salvadoran and Mexican cuisine for over 40 years. Located in the heart of Adams Morgan, it is a family-run community landmark, convening neighbors, political leaders, families, and friends for its world famous pupusas.
Dame Ana Reyes is now the managing partner of the restaurant her parents created and has modernized and expanded its offerings. Beyond the delicious pupusas, El Tamarindo is a link to the Salvadorean community, selling colorful and sustainable bags to support women artisans in El Salvador.
Metro: The Dupont Circle or U Street Cardozo Stations are both about .5 miles away.