Last year, I reported on a new Mexican restaurant in Walker’s Point, Terra, 624 W. National Ave.
The bar and restaurant is in the process of moving and will soon reopen at 600 S. 6th St., the former Kafe Kultura space which was Pedrano’s before that.
Everything from Terra's decor to the menu is different than other Latin eateries in the neighborhood with an emphasis on a nature-influenced decor and a menu that spanned beyond the usual tacos and burritos.
The National Avenue space, however, was not ideal.
Perhaps if the now-defunct Acapulco Lounge – "The Other Conejito’s" – was still in business on the block, Terra might have benefited from more foot traffic.
A block or two can make a huge difference for a business, so this is a good move for this often-overlooked restaurant. Plus, the food is consistently fresh and they serve breakfast.
With the upcoming addition of Cafe La Paloma, along with classics like La Perla, La Fuente and Botanas, 5th and 6th Streets are about to become a truly diverse Mexican food and drink destination.
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