This grottolike restaurant and club, with intricate mosaics and stone walls, is one of those jumping-by-night, dormant-by-day spots, but the food is good. Cuisines from 21 Latin nations are on the menu, as is a wide selection of South American beers. Signature entrée choices include the Caribbean-spiced, crusted mahimahi with seared scallops and roasted-red-pepper sauce; marinated churrasco (grilled skirt steak) with chimichurri sauce; paella with chorizo and seafood;
and roast pork loin with a cilantro-flavored, citrus-based mojo sauce. Upstairs, guests can have an all-you-can-eat churrascaria experience (adults $36.99) with rotisserie-cooked skewered meats brought to the table. This place can be a little loud in the evening, especially when a DJ entertains, but it has great energy. Listen to live Spanish guitar music on the patio nightly.