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In the kitchen of the pumpkin-orange eatery that formerly held Mexican restaurant El Ranchito, El Viroleño's cooks prepare Central American cuisine with ingredients gathered from local markets and farms. They fry yucca, wrap enchiladas in house-made tortillas, and craft pupusas, a Salvadoran dish that consists of thick, handmade tortillas stuffed with various ingredients and topped with pickled cabbage and salsa. Those pupusas have already won fans at nearby Florida State University—one FSView writer called them "the perfect food for munching, late night snacking or, well, curing the morning ailments of those slightly over-indulgent late nights."