Within the tropical green walls of La Parrilla Rotisserie & Grill, cooks caringly squeeze lemon and lime wedges over fresh shrimp and octopus morsels before passing the plates off to servers who run the tangy ceviche to awaiting diners. The cooks then turn toward their flame grill where they flay tender pork to join with juicy whole chickens that they slid off the rotisserie only moments ago. Their traditional Peruvian and Dominican dishes usually hit the table alongside fluffy yellow rice, plantains, and garlic potatoes.
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Though encompassing a range of flavors, every meal at Guarapo's Cuban Cuisine shares one thing in common: its cooks' meat-searing talents. When it comes to crafting pork, for instance, the culinary team roasts every marinated cut for hours before grilling it with sautéed onions. The eatery's other protein-packed dishes don't take as long to make, though they sport just as much flavor. Green plantains arrive stuffed with ground beef, creole sauce spices up fried chicken filets, and chimichurri sauce accompanies skirt steaks marinated in blends of traditional Cuban spices. Each hearty feast unfolds within one of Guarapo's comfy booths, which are surrounded by murals of verdant fields and mountain vistas.
The chef and namesake of Meyer's Latin Bistro, Meyer Pinchassow, incorporates global culinary trends and personal inspiration into dishes from Spain, Cuba, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Beyond praising the food, a review in Life Magazine's Good Eats Dining Guide said, of owners Meyer and his wife, Claudia, that he is "classically trained, with skills lovingly honed by family recipes and traditions," and she "brings a business acumen, lovable people skills and a warmth to the table." Chef Pinchassow uses both his instincts and an education from The International Culinary School while creating dishes such as paella valenciana with seafood and chorizo or slow-roasted chicken with fresh strawberries and honey-glazed walnuts.
The restaurant's upbeat, welcoming vibe stems from occasional live Latin music and its warm, rustic decor. The walls have been painted with flowers and patterns that resemble natural rock formations and the boulders that are traditionally rolled through cornfields to make tortillas.
Roast pork, baked chicken, and garlicky shrimp vie for top billing at Bella Cuban Restaurant, a casual eatery serving the authentic eats of Cuba for lunch and dinner. Chefs also assemble sandwiches, such as the classic meat-and-pickled Cubano or steak sandwiches topped with caramelized onions and mayo, served on crispy bread and a CD of rhumba dances. The drink list includes domestic and imported beers, sangria, and Cuban coffee.