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Orale restaurant opening soon

Staff photo by Fritz Busch Orale Authentic Mexican Tacos & More owner Dulce Guerra stands on a patio in front of the restaurant at 1627 S. Broadway. The building formerly housed The Dork Den. Guerra said tentative plans are to open the restaurant in the second week of September.

NEW ULM — A new, Mexican restaurant advertising itself as featuring authentic Mexican tacos will open soon in the building that formerly housed The Dork Den, 1627 S. Broadway.

Restaurant owner Dulce Guerra of Sleepy Eye said she plans to open for business tentatively in the second week of September.

“We’re very excited to meet everybody in New Ulm and bring them authentic Mexican food,” Guerra said. “People can order online and we will deliver.”

She said the restaurant will feature carne asada, breakfast and birria tacos, tamales, burritos and more.

“It will be a family-based restaurant with my brothers and parents working with me,” Guerra said. She formerly worked at a Mexican restaurant in Sleepy Eye.

The restaurant will open at 5:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. Saturday hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Breakfast tacos are on homemade flour tortillas with choice of potatoes with chorizo (Mexican sausage), eggs with breakfast sausage or bacon.

Barbacoa tacos are slow-cooked, tender Mexican shredded beef with fresh cilantro and onion.

Tamales are a steamed bundle of dough wth pork or cheese with pepper slices wrapped in a corn husk, served with a side of lettuce, tomato and salsa.

Other tacos come with corn or flour tortillas.

Birria tacos are filled with shredded beef and cheese, served with onion, cilantro, and salsa, with consome (broth) to dip in.

A loaded burrito is a large, homemade flour tortilla filled with your choice of meat, rice, beans, avocado, sour cream, and pico de gallo, served with cheese sauce.

Burrito #1 is a large, homemade flour tortilla fileld with your choice of meat, rice, beans and pico de gallo.

A torta is a Mexican-style sandwich with choice of meat, mayo, lettuce, tomato, avocado, onion, jalapeños, and cheese.

Frijoles Rancheros are Mexican-style pinto beans cooked in broth with sausage, bacon, onion, cilantro, and jalapeno.

Desserts include homemade, traditional, Mexican cake made of three different milks. Another offering is a combination of chocolate cake on the bottom with a flan on top.

There will be additional dishes and specials from time to time.

Visit Orale Authentic Mexican Tacos & More on Facebook.

Fritz Busch can be emailed at fbusch@nujournal.com.

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