Honduran restaurant opens on Guess Road

Apr. 03, 2013 @ 06:27 PM

La Cacerola Café & Restaurant: A Honduran restaurant opened Friday in a small strip shopping center on Guess Road.

The location at 2016 Guess Road in Durham previously housed the restaurant Kabob & Curry House. Mohammed Arfan Sundal, the owner of that restaurant, was fatally shot Dec. 6. He was found behind the restaurant.

Ethel Sorto, the manager of the new restaurant, said La Cacerola is a family-owned business. She said they serve soup, food cooked on a grill including steak and pork, as well as other items such as fried tilapia, beef steak in onion sauce, and baleadas, which are flour tortillas filled with fried beans, chorizo, eggs, avocados, sour cream and cheddar cheese.

“We cook different foods from our region every day, so we have a lot of specialties in that area,” Sorto said.

The restaurant also has a buffet, and is open for breakfast. The breakfast menu includes fried beans, eggs, and an offering that includes a French roll with fried beans, shredded cheese and sour cream.

The restaurant is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. It also has delivery and take-out service. For more information, call 919-286-3303.


Kidcycle sales at Northgate Mall: The Kidcycle seasonal children’s consignment business will be holding sales at Northgate Mall in Durham from April 18-21 and on April 27.

The sales will be held in a space that previously housed Northgate’s CompUSA store near Sears. The consignment business is asking for families to consign gently used children’s clothing, shoes and baby equipment, toys and books. They’re also looking for maternity wear.

Consignors receive 70 percent or more from the sales price of items sold. Consignors are asked to register their items online at www.kidcyclenc.com, and to drop them off April 12-13.

A Diaper Drop will be held April 18 in which community members will be asked to donate new diapers. Donors are eligible for an early-bird, pre-sale on that day. The last sales day, called Dollar Day, is April 27. All remaining items will be sold for $1, with the proceeds going to Welcome Baby Durham.

A first-time-parent preview, diaper drop sale, and military family day will be from noon to 8 p.m. on April 18. Public sales will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 19- 20. A half-off public sale will be from noon to 6 p.m. April 21. Dollar Day is from 1 to 5 p.m. April 27.

The consignment business previously hosted a sale in 2010 at Northgate. The mall is at 1058 W. Club Blvd.


Taste Carolina tours: Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours is selling tickets for six food tours to be held this month in honor of the company’s fourth anniversary.

Tickets are on sale in packages. The cost of attending six events is $249. The cost is $215 for five, $180 for four, and $138 for three. Remaining tickets for individual events will go on sale a week in advance.

The line-up includes a Chapel Hill Creamery tour and cheese dinner at Carrboro’s Acme on April 18; an event on April 23 including a cooking demonstration from The Farmer’s Daughter and Farmhand Foods; and a dinner with Piedmont Wine Imports at Eastern Carolina Organics.

On April 30, there is an event including Cackalacky Hot Sauce, Durham’s Fullsteam Brewery, Pie Pushers, American Meltdown and The Parlour. On May 7, there is a tour of the TOPO Vodka Distillery and at The Crunkleton in Chapel Hill; on May 14 there will be a tour of Durham’s taquerias as well as of LocoPops; and on May 22 there will be a tour of Two Chicks Farm in Hillsborough followed by dinner at Panciuto, an Italian restaurant in Hillsborough.

For more information, go to the website www.tastecarolina.com.


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