Restaurant roundup: Cuban, potatoes, cider, Souk, Smoke

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Haties owner Tony Alvarez is planning a Cuban restaurant in the old El Padrino taco stand. We’ve heard it’s Cuban tacos, and it’s called C Señor.

Potato Flats, a concept from Phil Romano at Trinity Groves, opens Tuesday, July 1.

Bishop Cider Co. hosts its grand opening from 3-10 p.m. Saturday, July 19. Tickets cost $22 and include a 32-ounce growler, filled for $10; a flight of the brewery’s own three inaugural ciders; and a slice from Zoli’s.

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Souk, the Trinity Groves restaurant that initially received poor reviews and changed chefs early on, has turned things around, according to this review from D.

Smoke is nearing its five-year anniversary, and it received a good review from the Observer.

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  • I think Bishop Arts Cider Co. describes themselves as a “cidery” instead of a “brewery”. It’s also good to see Souk staying on its feet and Smoke still getting the attention it deserves.

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