We could tell you about Veronica and Betty Romo, the two sweet sisters who make this simple BYOB café feel warm and welcoming. Or we could recommend something from the array of tapas—we’d go with juicy dates wrapped in crispy bacon rather than the boring potatoes in marinara sauce. But we need all our energy to focus on the Gaudi Fest burger: a hunk of juicy, perfectly medium-rare, nicely seasoned ground beef, smothered in a housemade barbecue sauce and piled with thick cuts of bacon, charred onions and a mound of shredded cheddar. Because, really, that’s all you need to know about.
Gaudi Coffee and Grill
|Venue name:||Gaudi Coffee and Grill||Contact:|
624 N Ashland Ave
|Cross street:||between Ontario and Erie Sts|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||El stop: Green, Pink to Ashland. Bus: 9, 65.|
|Price:||Average main course: $9|