As Hugo Chavez strengthens his stranglehold in Venezuela, many are leaving the country in search for greener pastures. They’re traveling to the States and Panama bringing their families with them. The same is true with Colombians who are sick and tired of the problems generated by the leftist guerrilla (FARC) who is destroying the country.
During my last visit to Via Argentina, I observed two Venezuelan restaurants. One of them is the Rodeo Grill owned by Alberto Quiróz. I understand he also owns two other restaurants in Margarita and Caracas in Venezuela.
The specialty of the Rodeo Grill is grilled steaks for two or three persons called “land and sea” which sells for $16.99. Corbina (a tropical fish) in several styles is also a hot plate many customers buy, as well as “Arroz a la Marinera”. They also carry an Executive Menu which costs only $5.95. It includes an appetizer and a flan of the house dessert.
Starting at five o’clock sharp., all its alcoholic drinks are discounted fifty percent, plus you will get for free, live bolero music for those of you who enjoy this soft genre of music.
This small Venezuelan restaurant did not escape my inquisitive camera’s lens. This is the way it looked on a cool Sunday morning on July 26th. Here we go.
As you can see, Via Argentina is like a small United Nations. It holds restaurants of many countries. Good Day.