Fluatas de Pollo (chicken fluatas), chicken quesadilla and nachos.
It started in Union Square, Somerville in 2006 . . . the El Potro revolution. Fresh, scratch-made Mexican favorites served in a festive, cozy atmosphere.
Thursday afternoon, city officials gathered at 124 Merrimack Street to welcome El Potro papi Elias Interiano to his restaurant’s newest location, right here in Downtown Lowell in the space formerly occupied by Mr. Jalapeno.
For more information about El Potro, including the menu, visit http://elpotromexicangrill.com/
Assistant City Manager Adam Baacke and Mayor Patrick Murphy join El Potro’s staff, including owner Elias Interiano and Business Manager Joe Carreiro in officially cutting the ribbon.
Creative use of the ribbon. The staff at El Potro likes to have fun.
After a margarita or two, you are sure to get up and dance to the tunes of the house Mariachi band.
All of the chairs and tables are hand-carved in Mexico.
Enchiladas de Espinaca (spinach enchiladas). Absolutely delicious.