Cuban food stand C Señor now open in Bishop Arts

c senor el padrino

The new Cuban restaurant from Hattie’s owner Tony Alvarez opened this past weekend in the Bishop Arts District.

C Señor serves Cuban sandwiches and coffee out of the former El Padrino taco stand.

The menu is simple: four sandwiches, a burger, sides of Cuban rice and beans, fried yucca and plantains, plus espresso and café con leche. There also are plans to serve taco versions of the sandwiches.

Here is a pic of the menu:

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