The space between Latin countries is no wider than a table at Latinos Restaurante. Here, specialties from Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico are all on the menu. Especially hungry guests can dine like ranchers or particularly refined bears on steak served with two fried eggs, beans, and rice. Other entrees include rice mixed with a seafood medley, and fish sautéed Peruvian style with onions, tomatoes, and french fries. But the restaurant doesn't stop at dinner—it has a large selection of breakfast plates, as well as its own bakery that churns out croissants and empanadas.
The restaurant, which started in 2001 as a tiny business with only two employees and 14 tables, now boasts a large dining area decorated with hanging saddles and a terracotta-style awning that hangs over wooden booths. On the opposite side, bartenders fill buckets with imported bottled beers and pour cocktails, from classic margaritas to Brazilian caipirinhas.