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De Mole Expands into Astoria

July 6, 2012 Staff Report

The owner of de Mole, the Mexican restaurant located on the corner of 45th Street and 48th Ave., has opened up another restaurant.

Ramiro Mendez, the owner, has opened the restaurant at 42-20 30th Ave. in Astoria. The establishment is also called de Mole.


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I was not that impressed with Donato’s at all. Ate there once and never plan to go there again. I cook exactly the same way at home. The food was very bland.


I am not fond of Donato’s at all — the times that I have gone there I was absolutely not impressed at all — they are trying to cook like Italians but they are not


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