La Posta Review
A crimson-and-cream color scheme and a checkerboard floor lend personality to this bright, cavernous downtown eatery. Start with a salad from the bar and one of the outstanding cheese empanadas, and then move on to cabrito al asador (goat grilled over an open fire)—a luscious, salty indulgence. Pair it with a local Cabernet. For dessert there's the unique dulce de cayote, a molasseslike marmalade served with walnuts atop local goat cheese.
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