At this popular pan-Latin restaurant you'll probably want to start with a mojito or a pisco sour cocktail, then taste the tuna tartare taquitos or flauta tortillas stuffed with spicy lamb. This is a menu meant for grazing, but the main courses, like rib eye with chimichurri sauce and feijoada (stew of beans and meat) made from pork shanks, still satisfy. Also stellar are desserts such as cinnamon-dusted churros to dip in Mexican hot chocolate. Island-theme murals, angular cream banquettes, an open kitchen, and vaulted ceilings set the scene. For a more casual experience, try the early- and late-evening happy hours, when first-come, first-serve seats are easy to snag in the lounge.
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