We loved our experience here! We started with "chorizos al vino" which is a type of Spanish sausage in a nicely seasoned wine sauce and tamales. Our entree was "rabo de vaca" that is a cow's tail with peppers and onions. This was my first time tasting this dish, and I loved the flavorful and tender meat. The side item of tostones were crispy and delicious. We ordered "mojitos" that were perfectly made and listened to beautiful live music while watching some people at our nearby table dancing to "El Cantinero". Overall, it was an amazing experience and I as I write the memory of "Cantinero deme un trago, dos tragos, tres tragos y coloque esas canciones que ahogan las penas..." and the delicious food comes to mind. Great memories!
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