Dining: Pan-Latin/South American
At its new location, Havana serves up all the expected Cuban staples. The black bean soup, the rice, and the sandwich are all classic excellence. Go for an empanada and gorge yourself on cheesy deliciousness, or try a batida (Cuban milkshake) if you have room.
For an unusual mix of mariachi music, decorative Madonnas and Mexican shrimp cocktails, visit this unique Asian/Latino mall nestled into an otherwise prosaic shopping center. For a Colombian snack, try the arripes at La Fonda Paisa, and to satisfy a south-of-the-border sweet tooth report to La Suprema, an authentic Mexican bakery, for the pastel de elote.
Stop by this Salvadoran restaurant for pupusas, a specialty from El Salvador. They are made of corn and often filled with cheese and meats. Outstanding flavor for only a couple of bucks.
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