Although the faux pergola and grapes might make you think Italian, Andrades is a locally owned eatery in the heart of the historic downtown area featuring classic cuisine from Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, and Spain. Popular for both lunch and dinner, the menu includes such tempting dishes as Zarzuela de Mariscos, a seafood casserole, and Masitas de Puerco, Cuban-style pieces of pork marinated in criollo sauce and roasted in Sevilla's bitter oranges. The menu is
rounded out with traditional selections including tacos and enchiladas. Complimentary tortilla chips and salsa are made fresh daily, and the large outdoor terrace is popular in spring and fall.