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Gazette Premium Content DINING REVIEW: Palmer Lake's La Rosa makes food with care

MB Partlow mb.partlow@gazette.com Updated: April 30, 2013 at 2:50 pm
8 photos photo - The veggie burrito at La Rosa. The green sauce is pure heaven for chili lovers. + caption
The veggie burrito at La Rosa. The green sauce is pure heaven for chili lovers.
MB Partlow mb.partlow@gazette.com Updated: April 30, 2013 at 2:50 pm • Published: April 26, 2013

Palmer Lake is a small town with a lot of restaurants. The histories of, and connections between, them all mimic a William Faulkner novel: One needs a family tree just to keep track of who started where and worked with whom. Take the B&E Filling Station, which was a local favorite from its...

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Palmer Lake is a small town with a lot of restaurants. The histories of, and connections between, them all mimic a William Faulkner novel: One needs a family tree just to keep track of who started where and worked with whom.

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