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Latin Restarants in Los Angeles

Posted last August 13, 2015, 5:40 pm in Food report article

Latin American cuisine refers to typical foods, beverages, and cooking styles common to many of the countries and cultures in Latin America. Latin America is a highly diverse area of land that holds various cuisines that vary from nation to nation. Some items typical of Latin American cuisine include maize-based dishes (tortillas, tamales, tacos, pupusas, arepas) and various salsas and other condiments (guacamole, pico de gallo, mole, chimichurri, chili, aji, pebre). 



Picante Latin Fusion
El Colmao
El Floridita Restaurant
Amalia's Restaurant
Aro Latin
Bamboo Restaurant
Conga Room
Costa Del Sol Restaurant
Mi Latin Kitchen
Food Festival
Beso Restaurant
El Criollo
El Migueleno Restaurant
Mambo's Cafe
Bow & Truss
Cha Cha Cha
La Caridad Restaurant
Los Balcones
Izalco Restaurant
Mercede's Grille
Roxanne's Cocktail Lounge & Latin Grill
Baracoa Cuban Cafe
El Rincon Cubano
Havana Mania
El Nuevo San Salvador
Don Lencho Restaurant
Xiomara on Melrose
Gaucho Grill
Latin Corner Family Restaurant
El Buen Gusto Restaurants
Mexican Village Restaurant
Corazon y Miel
Restaurant El Chilamatal
Sabor Colombiano
Mas Malo
El Asador Restaurant
Ilobasqueno Restaurant
Las Islas Marias
Pupuseria Jutiapa
La Carreta Salvadorian Food
Es Con Sabor Restaurant
Babita Mexicuisine
Mi San Salvador Restaurant
Golfo De Fonseca Restaurant
Cojutepeque Restaurant
Juquila Restaurant
Comedor Nicaraguense Camacho
El Caserio
Lala's Argentine Grill
El Guanaquito Restaurant
El Chipilin Restaurant
Alegria Cocina Latina
El Baron Restaurant & Night Club
La Ceiba Restaurant
Las Cazuelas Restaurant & Pupuseria
Kasandra Pupuseria Restaurant
Cerveteca DTLA



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Latin American beverages are just as distinct as their foods. Some of the beverages can even date back to the times of the Native Americans. Some popular beverages include mate, hibiscus tea, horchata, chicha, atole, cacao and aguas frescas.