Itís a little far west, but well worth the trip. Youíll get more bang for your buck at this festive Colombian bar and grill. Hearty portions (more than enough for two) include specialties like churrasco
(char-grilled strip steak with plantain, fried yuca, baked potato and chimicurri sauce) and cazuela de mariscos
(seafood soup with calamari, shrimps, octopus, clams and fish served with rice and green plantain). If you're not feeling particularly carnivorous, donít worry; the vegetarian paella should take care of things. Thatís broccoli, cabbage, beans, garbanzo, potato and yuca.
In addition, the restaurant hosts DJs spinning salsa and live traditional Combian music.
Average cost: $10-$20
Centerstage Reviewer: Michelle Burton