On a chilly, autumn day, five ladies from NYU’s Occupational Therapy program ventured into the heart of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY for a taste of El Salvadoran food. They arrived at Bahia.

Seated in the back with amazing wall art and decor, they perused the menu for traditional Salvadoran dishes and drinks. With much advice from the restaurant staff, they ordered traditional Salvadoran fruit drinks and entrees with some shared amongst the table. It was a Pre-Thanksgiving feast!

Delicious Pupusas!

Maduros, tamales, y pupusas!

Tilapia...

Porkchops with avocados and tomato sauce...

After feasting, we encountered Luis, the co-owner of Bahia and he welcomed us to interview him about his El Salvadoran culture.

Thank you for participating in our interview!


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