10 Places for Latin Flavor

10 Places for Latin Flavor

If you love Mediterranean cuisine and culture, there are a few “must visits” while you’re traveling. Keep these restaurants in mind when you’re in any of the cities where they are located, because they just might be the best 10 places for Latin flavor.

» Barelas Coffe House (Albuquerque)
A very popular, authentic and no-nonsense Mexican haunt for locals and visitors, so be prepared to wait. 1502 Fourth Street SW, (505) 843-7577

» Havana (West Palm Beach)
Known for their famous Palomilla Steak, Havana offers authentic Cuban food and homemade specialties. 6803 South Dixie Highway. (561) 547-9799

» The Garden of Taxco (West Hollywood)
Prides themselves on consistently providing the best Mexico-City style cuisine in Los Angeles. 8470 Santa Monica Boulevard. (323) 654-1746

» Andina Restaurant (Portland)
Specializing in Peruvian cuisine, diners also enjoy special performances of Peruvian and Flamenco dance. 1314 NW Glisan. (503) 228-9535

» Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery (San Antonio)
Established in 1941, this is where local regulars and visiting tourists go for authentic Mexican food. 218 Produce Row. (210) 225-1262

» Bocas Grill Brickell (Miami)
Fusion of Latin American cuisines and flavors that will take you through a South American gastronomic experience. 2525 SW 3rd Avenue. (305) 364-5107

» Taqueria Guadalajara (Madison, WI)
Claims to be the best authentic homemade Mexican food in Madison (the pictures sure look appetizing). 1033 South Park Street. (608) 250-1824

» Seviche (Louisville, KY)
Chef owner grew up cooking with his parents, grandparents, and uncle in their family Mexican restaurant. 1538 Bardstown Road. (502) 473-8560

» Las Bugambilias (Philadelphia)
Freshly prepared, Mexican food from three different regions in Mexico and an array of margaritas. 148 South Street. (215) 922-3190

» Gypsy Kitchen (Atlanta)
Draws inspiration from the culinary riches of Spain infused with Moroccan traditions and Indian influences. 3035 Peachtree Rd NE. (303) 939-9840

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