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Family-run restaurant featuring a broad variety of arepas and empanandas, plus Venezuelan specialties.
Casual, bistrolike Argentine restaurant serving beef, empanadas, beef, pastas, salads, chicken, and beef.
Oak Park restaurant serving salgadinhos, small Brazilian snacks, and feijoada, the national dish, a stew of black beans and sausage.
Family-run storefront serving pollo a la brasa (i.e., rotisserie chicken) and other Peruvian specialties.
Churrascaria featuring excellent rotisserie chicken.
Brazilian barbecue, served directly off the spits.
Latin sports bar from the family behind Rio's d'Sudamerica.
Sophisticated Colombian food.
Japanese-Peruvian-Brazilian food.
Chicago doesn't have an insignificant Colombian population, so I can't understand the rarity of the perro caliente: a bun, a regular skinless wiener, and, layered on top, some combination of crushed potato chips, shredded chicken, honey, pineapple sauce, hard-boiled eggs, mustard, ketchup, and "pink sauce," which is just ketchup mixed with mayo. It's available at this Colombian snack shop, and your ability to enjoy it depends whether you think sausage is a mere delivery vehicle for mouthfuls of sweet condiments and the occasional whole quail egg. Rapidito also deals in something they call "arepizzas," which are essentially arepas, corn cakes, topped with a variety of stuffs like pork belly and aji sauce; steak, potato chips, and pink sauce; or sauteed shrimp and avocado. Less controversial snacks can be found on the menu, like salchipapas, hot dogs with little whole potatoes drizzled in pink sauce; chicken or steak skewers; arepas with cheese; and a range of drinks from Colombian sodas to unusual juices like mulberry, soursop, or tree tomato.
Cuisine of the Caribbean, Latin America, and Spain.
Colombian bar-restaurant with over-the-top decor and lots of meat.
Peruvian restaurant from the people behind Arturo's Tacos. Currently closed due to a fire.
Albany Park storefront offering both sushi and Ecuadoran food.
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