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ADios Café


The cafe's name does not mean goodbye, but "of the gods" -- a tribute to the Mayans, who discovered chocolate in 600 A.D. and believed it was a gift from the gods. They offer such goodies as handmade chocolate trufas (truffles), immensely fruity little strawberry pound cake loaves that are flavored with Jarritos (a Mexican soft drink), and more. But the cafe struggles from some rumbles of faux authenticity. It offers churros served in both the traditional and cajeta-filled versions, but stores them in refrigerated case, which ruins the integrity of their crunchy fried crust no matter how much they are reheated. Fortunately, the cafe will fry them to order if asked.


Breakfast restaurant located in Castleberry Hills.
Paschal's Restaurant


Same name, same owners and similar Southern-food menu -- fried chicken, catfish, rib-eye steaks -- to its Civil Rights-era predecessor on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, but the updated Paschal's has a banquet-room feel and somewhat elevated prices.
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