Give A Piece Of Cuchara For The Holidays

By | December 18, 2014
Credit: Cuchara via Facebook
Credit: Cuchara via Facebook

Houstonia Magazine found a great idea for holiday gifts in an unlikely place. Cuchara, a Mexican restaurant in Montrose known for its folk art and authentic details, is selling many of those details to the public after receiving compliments about them (and even having a few mysteriously disappear).

Cuchara Market stocks items like “clay tumblers, candleholders, saucers, pots with lids” and items like Talavera bowls, colorful hand-woven baskets for tortillas, comals on which to cook those tortillas as well as cloth napkins, wooden salsa bowls and other colorful folksy pieces imported directly from Mexico.

To pick up a set, you can stop by the restaurant at 214 Fairview or order online.

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