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By Lisa Dupuy | November 29, 2008
Among Glendalians, La Cabanita’s reputation is close to legendary. We love their unique Mexican dishes, handmade tortillas, killer margaritas, warm atmosphere and friendly service. That’s why there’s a line outside on any given weekend night. Well, thank goodness there are pretty, new benches outside the restaurant because you’ll probably be waiting a little longer. The food just got better. Don’t worry, their menu still has your old favorites like enchiladas de mole and caldo de pollo, but they’ve added 14 new items, including three for breakfast.
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By Christine Putnam | June 30, 2007
Let's face it, no matter where you travel this summer in the United States, you will find, even in some of the smallest mid-Western towns, a Mexican restaurant. I have tasted some of the best enchiladas in Ohio and fajitas in Kansas. There is something comforting about cheese enchiladas, warm refried beans and Spanish rice, especially when you are on a long road trip. Fortunately, you do not have to go that far to find sensational Mexican food. Burbank has some of the best cuisine from south of the border.
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April 2, 2003
BURBANK SERVICE CLUBS Bethel 97 of the International Order of Job's Daughters recently had an Enchilada Dinner -- to the delight of Mexican food fans. Proceeds from the festive and fiesta-like event fund costs for its annual Grand Bethel trip. Bethel 97 was able to send 16 members last year and a like number will be sent again in June. Two members were chosen as Grand Bethel Girls in 2002 -- Stephanie Enokian as a Grand Bethel Senior Custodian and Jayne Allen as a representative to Montana and Colorado.
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September 21, 2002
In Spanish, bahia is translated as bay and caporales means the person in charge of a ranch. So when it comes time to corral those shrimp, fish, and lobsters, your friends at Bahia Caporales proclaim their expertise in their name. Since 1986, when the Burbank location was opened, the Garcia family has provided seafood that has a decidedly Latin flavor. Said Bahia Caporales owner Jose Garcia, "We take these two components, seafood and Mexican food, and combine them, adding a hint of international flavor.
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By Lisa Dupuy | November 29, 2008
Among Glendalians, La Cabanita’s reputation is close to legendary. We love their unique Mexican dishes, handmade tortillas, killer margaritas, warm atmosphere and friendly service. That’s why there’s a line outside on any given weekend night. Well, thank goodness there are pretty, new benches outside the restaurant because you’ll probably be waiting a little longer. The food just got better. Don’t worry, their menu still has your old favorites like enchiladas de mole and caldo de pollo, but they’ve added 14 new items, including three for breakfast.
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By Christine Putnam | June 30, 2007
Let's face it, no matter where you travel this summer in the United States, you will find, even in some of the smallest mid-Western towns, a Mexican restaurant. I have tasted some of the best enchiladas in Ohio and fajitas in Kansas. There is something comforting about cheese enchiladas, warm refried beans and Spanish rice, especially when you are on a long road trip. Fortunately, you do not have to go that far to find sensational Mexican food. Burbank has some of the best cuisine from south of the border.
NEWS
April 2, 2003
BURBANK SERVICE CLUBS Bethel 97 of the International Order of Job's Daughters recently had an Enchilada Dinner -- to the delight of Mexican food fans. Proceeds from the festive and fiesta-like event fund costs for its annual Grand Bethel trip. Bethel 97 was able to send 16 members last year and a like number will be sent again in June. Two members were chosen as Grand Bethel Girls in 2002 -- Stephanie Enokian as a Grand Bethel Senior Custodian and Jayne Allen as a representative to Montana and Colorado.
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