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Old 07-19-2002, 07:46 PM
elvis valcarcel elvis valcarcel is offline
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el ponce de leon restaurant

does anyone have good memorys of the time they spent at the ponce de leon in the early 70's. my father was a waiter there back then his name is oscar valcarcel. if yu remember him or have some thing to share about the ponce please let me know. thanks
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Old 12-03-2002, 07:28 PM
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Restaurant

I vividly remember that restaurant. I remember I dated a man in 1975/6 who resided in the same building above the restaurant...he turned out to be a real jerk...anyway, that restaurant is one of the landmarks of Spanish Harlem. For some reason, though, the neighborhood people steered over to the cuchifrito stand/restaurant across from Ponce de Leon....maybe Ponce de Leon was expensive for most people.
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Old 12-04-2002, 02:13 AM
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I remember going there as a child with my mother and brother and sisters. My mother being a joker order paella. But as she was ordering it, she pointed to my sisters. Being hungry and slightly grumpy by this time my twin brother and I blurted out, "paella para ella, y para mi?" My mother burst out laughing and to this day loves to tell the tale of ordering our meals that day.
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