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Salsa and Beer Is A Treat At Board Meeting

Our Neighborhood Council is always eager to work with our local businesses for the good of the community, and recognize the support they provide. And at our Board meeting this Thursday, February 19, 2015, our members and stakeholders were surprised by a special treat, courtesy of one of the more recognizable names in our area, Salsa and Beer.

Since our Board meetings often take up most of the evening, our Members and the stakeholders who attend don't always have time for an easy dinner. Most months, we provide pizza or sandwiches to get us through the night. But thanks to the efforts of our President, Ernie Moscoso, Salsa and Beer generously donated trays of some of their best cuisine.

Salsa and Beer, at 11619 Sherman Way near Lankershim, has quickly become a hot spot in our neck of North Hollywood. The lines often run out the door, especially for the weekend dinner crowds, so most of us locals know to get there early and be prepared to look long and hard for parking.

But there wasn't any waiting on Thursday as the trays of food came in. The layout included both beef and chicken fajitas with vegetables, along with burritos, rice, and of course chips with their famous salsa and bean dip. They didn't include any of their beer selection, but that was probably for the best. Our Board and those who joined us for the evening were still very appreciative at the top-rate refreshments. And perhaps our successful meeting on Thursday owes at least a little bit to a room full of satisfied stomachs.

So much thanks goes to Salsa and Beer. We're always proud of our good neighbors, and their support for the community makes them stand out.