Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue, has

Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue, has doors that open onto the sidewalk. (July 20, 2010) Photo Credit: Doug Young

At this Patchogue Colombian restaurant, French windows open onto the downtown street scene. Gallo is located at 3 E. Main St.

Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue, has
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue, has doors that open onto the sidewalk. (July 20, 2010)

Main Street in downtown Patchogue offers diverse cuisine
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Main Street in downtown Patchogue offers diverse cuisine choices like Gallo, a Colombian restaurant next to Lawan, which serves traditional Thai food. (July 20, 2010)

Gallo is a family-style Colombian restaurant in downtown
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Gallo is a family-style Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue. A kids' menu and high chairs are available to diners. (July 20, 2010)

Bartender Akiko Roman pours a margarita at Gallo,
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Bartender Akiko Roman pours a margarita at Gallo, a Colombian restaurant on Main Street in downtown Patchogue. (July 20, 2010)

Salmon tropical is one of the healthy options
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Salmon tropical is one of the healthy options served at Gallo, a Colombian restaurant on Main Street in Patchogue. (July 20, 2010)

This is one of two dining rooms at
Photo Credit: Doug Young

This is one of two dining rooms at Gallo, which also rents itself out as a party venue with catering services. (July 20, 2010)

A rotisserie chicken platter comes with rice and
Photo Credit: Doug Young

A rotisserie chicken platter comes with rice and beans at Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue. (July 20, 2010)

Entrees at Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Entrees at Gallo, a Colombian restaurant in downtown Patchogue, include rotisserie chicken, above, shrimp, fish, grilled pork loin and several types of grilled steak. Most entrees come with rice, beans and sweet plantain. (July 20, 2010)

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