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.
PASTA & PRAWNS
housemade squid ink spaghetti alla chitarra, jumbo gulf shrimp, grape tomatoes, lemon garlic butter, white wine, fresh basil
DRY-AGED PORK CHOP
grilled 10-ounce Duroc pork chop, apple mustard glaze, cider and house bacon braised collard greens, jalapeno fire-roasted corn puree