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Tello’s Grille & Café

Greece, Mexico and U.S.A.

Aug. 27, 2013
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Downtown Port Washington offers brilliant views of Lake Michigan, a picturesque Main Street with mom-and-pop shops and a variety of eateries. Tello’s Grille & Café (200 W. Grand Ave.) is a family owned restaurant nestled in a gorgeous Queen Anne-style building with a cozy patio and roomy interior. It offers a wide variety of Mexican and Greek specialties alongside an assortment of burgers and sandwiches. Choose from an array of appetizers, like the queso fundido ($6.95), a hefty bowl of melted Chihuahua cheese mixed with savory chorizo, served with a side of warm tortilla chips. Or give the gyro salad ($9.95) a try, topped with gyro meat, cucumber, tomatoes, pepperoncinis, red onions and homemade cucumber sauce, served with a side of pita bread. Tello’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Complete your by-the-lake experience with lake perch served beer battered, deep fried, broiled or in a taco ($8.95-$15.95). One of the best deals in town, Tello’s Mexican combination plates offer two-item combos with rice and beans for lunch ($8.95) and three-item with rice, beans, sour cream and guacamole for dinner ($10.95). Portions are generous, so come hungry.


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