At El Cid, fare now has flair

At El Cid, fare now has flair
Jessica Gelt • Los Angeles Times • November 22, 2012
Fifty years is a long time to have a bad reputation. That’s almost how long Silver Lake’s El Cid — the Spanish restaurant known for its flamenco dinner theater — has been open. It’s also about how long Angelenos have raved about the show while...
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