About this Business
From Our Editors
Over the years, Villa de Colombia’s loyal customers not only watched as the one-room BYOB eatery expanded to make room for 90 seats, they also gave the restaurant its name. Villa de Colombia embodies the communal values that guide the popular eatery, which bolsters Hispanic unity and has even served as a voting center for Colombian presidential elections. In the kitchen, chefs fuse recipes from Colombia, Mexico, and other Latin American countries into a single menu that doesn't skimp on the steak or seafood. The chef’s favorites include Ecuadorian shrimp marinated in a garlic-and-wine sauce, charbroiled skirt steak married to jumbo shrimp and stuffed clams, and fresh tilapia over spicy primavera rice.