Latin American Food Deals in New York
Experience authentic Latin American tapas with sharp Peruvian influences at half the regular price. La Cerveceria celebrates an array of lime-infused, cilantro-specked dishes made with the freshest ingredients including organic and locally harvested finds. Menu items range from marinated meats, and hot habaneros dressed in flavorful sauces to subtle ceviches traditionally found in Equator. Pair your traditional dish with an American craft beer or New World wine and enjoy your dinner in La Cerveceria’s sleek and classic interior.
There's nothing more poetic than the image of dining under the southern moon. But since we don't really know what that means exactly, we'll settle for a restaurant with a name that translates to Southern Moon (we're not big on poetry). Luna Sur is a pan-Latin oasis in the heart of Hell's Kitchen with a bright, festive dining room that's as open as its all-inclusive menu. To scratch a recent itch for a) having a meal outside, and b) the zesty flavors of South America, we popped in to see what this newcomer to 9th Avenue is all about. What it's about is brightly colored, sun-drenched walls, palm trees in every corner, a killer bar and a menu that left us dizzy with options. We started with an order of ceviche with octopus, shrimp and bay scallops to freshen our palates. Then we moved on to classics like Lechoncito (roasted suckling pig served with cassava in a garlic mojo sauce) and El Gaucho Churrasco (grilled skirt steak with chimi churri sauce). And while we came for the food, we ended up staying for the live music that goes down Monday through Saturday, starting at 8 p.m. Or maybe it was because the margaritas and sangrias were so dang good... Menu Highlights: Ceviche, $13 Lechoncito, $20 El Gaucho Churrasco, $22 Hours: Monday - Saturday, noon to midnight. Sunday, 11 a.m. to midnight
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes Saturdays • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Featuring a beautiful Miami-style dining room with a full bar, Ola Restaurant celebrates Latin culinary heritage on a nightly basis: • $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink • Enjoy a hearty meal and hand-crafted mojito any day Sunday through Friday • Savor dishes like the mahi mahi with pineapple green onion relish, with a side of rosemary fingerling potatoes covered in roasted jalapeño-lime butter Authentic Tastes from Latin America Known for introducing "estilo libre" (freestyle Latin cuisine) to Fairfield County, Ola simultaneously respects and redefines Latin American and Spanish fare. This spot prides itself on maintaining the basic structure of traditional dishes, while adding sophisticated and unconventional ingredients. When you dine inside, you can expect artisan style to extend from the culinary presentation to the restaurant decor, which includes pieces from more than a dozen Latin American countries and Spain. Ola Restaurant's Website