Pupusas at Rincon Catracho

Pupusas, pupusas, everywhere pupusas! Now that we have your attention, a little information about these glorious Salvadorian creations: They’re handmade, corn biscuit flat bread stuffed with almost anything you crave, including your choice of cheese and beans, or cheese and pork, or queso y loroco (figure the last one out yourself). You could spend an extra 75 cents and get the shrimp. An added bonus: $2 Coronas during happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. daily. Still not convinced? Fine, more for us. $1.50 for cheese, 4110 S. Maryland Parkway, 699-9579.

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