I pretty much grew up in this iconic restaurant. My father has worked here over 35 years and is soon retiring. Most of my birthdays were here since we weren’t big on parties, or much of a big family. I have fond memories of the staff, photography, artwork, and the constant remodeling of the location it self. This weekend I was able to revive and enjoy a nice dinner with my parents. The nostalgia is always alive here once I enter, the little girl in me becomes so aware of my senses the flavor of the food that hasn’t changed , it is still amazing and delicious. It heals a part of me when I seek to remember my roots. El Cholo’s really does it job in reminding me that somehow a piece of my personality lives here.