El Moro embraces the town’s Victorian heritage and reflects the town’s history. In the early 1900s, 945 Main Ave. truly was the El Moro Saloon. The present-day El Moro has some of the feel of the original saloon with bare red brick walls, tin ceiling, hardwood floors and heavy wooden tables. The menu can be described as modern-rustic. The simple and memorable dishes are designed to blend classic, old world preparations with exciting techniques that have evolved from the modern cuisine movement, such as spherification, which will highlight the qualities of the ingredients.
HARISSA ROASTED RIBS
harissa roasted Duroc pork-ribs, North African spiced beluga lentils, fire-roasted corn, red bell pepper, kale
Pairing: Alain Grailloit “Syrocco” Syrah 2018, Morocco, Africa
bulgogi marinated tri-tip, ginger lime risotto, roasted bok choy, garlic chili crunch
Pairing: Port-Au-Prince of Barbados
Plantation Pineapple Rum, Plantation OFTD Rum, pineapple juice, lemon juice, Creme de Violette, house orgeat, Angostura bitters