Christian Rodriguez started the business about 6 years ago, when friends who enjoyed his pollos a la brasa (charcoal chickens) in private celebrations suggested he should do it for a living. He now opens up his home to customers wanting to celebrate a special occasion, or comes with his ovens to their houses.
If you’ve ever contacted Christian you’ll receive an email every time there’s charcoal chicken at his place. He’ll send the list of other dishes and desserts, too. You must RSVP if you want to make sure there’ll be something for you to eat, specially if you want charcoal chicken and/or desserts. I’ve been getting these emails for months (maybe over a year now) but every time I had something on and couldn’t make it. Finally, the stars aligned and the 3 of us were free for the last event of 2012.
A short drive took us to…
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