This Venezuelan grill incorporates elements of African, Indian, and European flavors to create dishes like sancocho soup, made with different meats, potatoes, plantains, and yucca. Wash your meal down with a passion fruit smoothie.
This casual Latin bistro serves house-made Salvadoran pupusas (thick cornmeal tortillas stuffed with a variety of ingredients like meats, cheese, and vegetables), tamales, and pasteles.
This eclectic Latin American cuisine features bright flavors and raciones-style dining (mid-size, share-plates). Try the prawns in agua chili.
Denver's authentic Cuban restaurant. Don't miss the mojitos.
The Latin American menu is straightforward: corn, chile, meat, shrimp, veggies, chicken—and it's spectacular. Enjoy authentic dishes such as the piquant camarones diablo or a soulful bowl of pork carnita pozole.
Nestled beneath Red Rocks, the gorgeous patio is worth the drive to Morrison itself, but the savory fish tacos and rojo al mojcahete (slow-cooked pork served in a lava bowl) make the experience twice as nice.
During the week, this tiny cafe dishes up traditional Cuban coffee and pressed sandwiches. But on Sundays, drop in for a brunch and authentic Cuban plates, like arroz con pollo and empanadas.
Colorful flavors in a vibrant environment—Latin American art complements the cuisine, while the wine list hails from such exotic climes as Argentina, Chile, and Spain. Try the agave chipotle-glazed pork tenderloin with cilantro-garlic farro, chayo
Specializing in seafood served Peruvian-style in a traditional and casual atmosphere.
These Argentineans take pizza to the next level with creative toppings and a fun atmosphere.