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Cacerolas Restaurant's gustatory spellcasters charm unsuspecting tongues with an appetizing menu of Colombian mainstays. Kick off the flavorful festivities with an appetite-whetting array of empanadas (starting at $1.50), or opt to begin with the chicharrón ahumado ($6.25) or chicharrón regular ($5.25), the world's primary pigskin products now that quarterbacks have taken to tossing entire pigs. Spoon slingers can explore the selection of soups, with bountiful baths of ox-tail, yellow corn, or tripe helping keep bellies warm and taste buds happy (starting at $6.95). Spaghetti con pollo en salsa Francesca (spaghetti with chicken in french sauce, $14.95) gives eaters a savory survey of multiple culinary cultures, and the multifaceted bandeja tipica cacerolas asada ($15.95) seeks and destroys hunger with grilled steak and an angry mob of traditional sides such as corn cakes, sweet plantains, and egg.