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- $15 for $25 worth of Latin American cuisine
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Explorers Club's cozy, 100-year-old brick exterior lends a deceptively comfortable face to the restaurant's constantly experimenting kitchen. Owner Tracy Studer—a veteran of the late Harold Smith's Gloria Café—roots her eatery's fare in playfully updated Latin American food such as chorizo sliders and plantain-topped burgers. The menu boasts unusual additions such as his chili-citrus-flavored vegetable lo mein. Monthly menus jet around the globe—614 Magazine notes that after deciding on "a country or cuisine," the chef "spends months researching the ingredients, history, and flavor profiles, and then experimenting in the kitchen," turning out tributes to Germany, Spain, and Hungary. An impressive range of vegan and vegetarian options makes use of soy-based tempeh and tofu, catering to animal-loving humans and self-hating venus flytraps.
95% of 750 customers recommend
“Great place, food and service.”
“Wonderful experience! Service and food were excellent.”
“Yum. Chile reilno, pork dinner, salad and margarita. Enough for 2!”