Martín Golian and Juan Pereira met by happenstance and decided to open a place serving food from their homelands—and a few other countries. The result is a place that serves one or two dishes from Germany, Thailand, China, Italy, Mexico, and many countries in between. While you chow down on an enchilada, your companions might be having spaghetti with meatballs or sweet-and-sour pork. Dining on the front lawn under umbrella-covered tables is the best option on a summer
evening when The Travellers also turns into a bar playing retro dance music.