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Archive for November 4th, 2007

Brian’s Photos of Old Town: Pablo’s Eatery

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

I’m not sure the official name of Pablo’s Mexican restaurant in Old Town, though it does start with the word Pablo’s. It’s right on the main drag of Grand River between Turner and Cedar/Larch, in the space that was once the Brick House restaurant. It is just east of the brand-new Robert Busby Memorial Bridge over the Grand River.

The restaurant has been there a while now, and the food is authentic and tasty. Brian likes to go there for lunch sometimes, since it is walking distance from his work.

Brian is sharing Flickr photos with this blog again today. He has always been good at photography, since he was a teen. He’s a good observer, he notices things I don’t because I’m busy interacting with people and he’s watching. (I can not tell you how much I admire and value my husband, let me count the ways…)

So here he took a few photos of the restaurant, and the food up close. It makes me wish I could go over there right now and have some of the best orange juice I know… fresh squeezed and very sweet, from Pablo’s. I have had breakfast there and it is incredible.

Local folks, consider this spot for a brunch on a weekend sometime. Not only is it a locally owned place where you know who is benefiting from your purchases, but the food is just plain better than that which comes from a foodservice truck in a can. This is the real thing. Mmmm…