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With open brick walls, comfortably large tables and an aquarium to jazz things up, Safari Bakery is a cozy place to come in for dessert. Although the place does not serve strictly vegetarian food, there are quite a few vegetarian options. You can come in for a breakfast of sunny-side-up eggs and fried bacon or try out their ricotta and spinach cake. There is also a range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian pizzas to choose from if you want more of the savory.
This unassuming restaurant in the heart of the city is extremely popular for its authentic Spanish cooking with a flair. The menu is heavy on familiar classics, and you'll find everything from paella to enchiladas. Seafood is somewhat of a specialty at La Cita, and should not be missed. Restaurant interiors are an elegant affair, done up in mellow tones, with minmalistic decor choices and artwork on the walls. Call for more information.
Located near the Central Park, Restaurant Terra Park offers a delicious range of pizzas. The charming old pizzeria has been around for ages. Apart from scrumptious, freshly-baked pizza pies, the restaurant also serves a selection of pastas, antipasti and lots more. The service is friendly, the prices are just right.
With a warm, friendly and casual atmosphere, Il Pappardelle features plenty of seating for groups and families out for a meal. The menu features a varied selection of Italian favorites from flavorful pastas to wood-fired pizzas. A haven of quiet in the bustling La Candeleria district, the restaurant offers valet parking services for the convenience of diners. Weekends the restaurant features local live music acts that provide a lively backdrop to any meal. Favorites on the menu include the Caprese salad, riggatoni puttanesca, porcini risotto, saltimbocca and the Napoli pizza. For reservations, contact the restaurant.
La Posada del Pollo with its brightly colored walls and homey atmosphere serves up generous portions of authentic, home-style cuisine. From flavorful, rich soups, juicy steaks and tasty arepas and their signature grilled chicken, the menu has something for everyone. The family friendly atmosphere is relaxed and casual, perfect for a lunch or dinner out with family and friends. Split over two levels, the lower level is perfect for group meals and family outings while the upper level is more quiet and better for a more intimate dining experience. Accompanied by a fresh sangria or wine, the dishes are full of Latin flavor and spice. With occasional live music in the evenings you'll often find people getting out of their seats and swaying to the Latin beats.
With an exterior like a saloon from the wild wild west with a bold sign, lanterns dangling above the door and and open brick wall made from yellow and brown bricks, El Budare restaurant catches the eye of any passer by. The fare here is traditional Venezuelan cuisine. So try out their arepas, which are a kind of pancake made from corn and cachapas, another traditional dish with a corn base. On sunny days, you can sit out on the patio and enjoy some people-watching while you eat.