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.
A fully vegetarian, partly gluten-free menu includes an array of arepas, the traditional Venezulan corn meal dough pocket sandwich. Try the pabellon made of white rice, black beans, plantains, white cheese, one arepita, and meatless ground beef.
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, chiles, meat, shrimp, veggies, chicken—and it's spectacular. Enjoy soulful dishes such as the cheesy smoked pork belly masa cakes.
Get a taste of el sabor latino at this Peruvian restaurant, bar, and nightclub where there’s plenty of room to savor authentic seafood dishes like ceviche or the cau cau de mariscos. Once you’re stuffed, head to the dance floor and salsa the night away.
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.