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This is a festive restaurant, well loved for many years by neighborhood patrons. The restaurant has a delightful rooftop terrace for alfresco dining. The dining room has the look and feel of a cozy cafe. The decor is simple, with white walls, white tablecloths and gilt-framed paintings. Blending Spanish, Mexican and Tex-Mex traditions, the menu is strong on fajitas and grilled entrees. Classic paellas and the marinated pork dishes are also excellent.
Full of energy, Grill from Ipanema, the Brazilian restaurant in hip Adams-Morgan, serves authentic dishes with flair in a funky environment complete with plastic palm trees. Start off with a fruity batida cocktail or perhaps an eye-opening caipirinha. Grilled fresh fish and creamy coconut and seafood stews bring a taste of the tropics. Chicken and beef dishes are marinated in flavorful seasonings and grilled. The national dish feijoada, a sausage and black bean stew is the house specialty.
Drink, eat, mingle and dance at this Latin club. A bar and restaurant area occupies the first floor of Habana Village, while the second floor offers a quaint dance floor which always packed with people dancing to the latest salsa tunes. The comfortable lounge seating provide a place to kick back and relax your feet between songs. Dance lessons are held every Wednesday through Saturday where patrons can learn to salsa, tango or meringue.
Bossa provides an atmosphere of unique live music from across the globe. Art lines the walls, and poetry fills the venue every second Monday. Live music can be heard every night, and weekends in the upstairs lounge bring out eclectic crowds who move to world grooves. The menu takes inspiration from Italy and Brazil, and is known for its heady flavors.
The second you step into Los Hermanos, the smell of delicious home cooked Dominican food will overwhelm your senses. Located in Columbia Heights, this spacious buffet style restaurant is ideal for the hungry diner - with an option to pick a rice, side and meat, you can choose everything from fish with coconut sauce and stewed beef, to oxtail and goat. The portions are huge compared to the small price, and the service is prompt and efficient.
H Street Country Club is not merely a restaurant, but a space that brings together great Mexican cuisine with entertaining games. The Executive Chef Cardozo uses high quality fresh ingredients to create a menu that offers tantalizing fare of enchiladas, burritos, tacos and fajitas. Guests can also enjoy cocktails, margaritas at the bar or even choose from their range of tequilas. Enjoy a game of golf on the mini golf course or beat your opponents at shuffleboard or skeeball.
La Sandia is a Mexican restaurant and tequila bar by renowned Mexican Chef Richard Sandoval at Tysons Corner Center. Though it is in a mall, it is a notch above than most mall dining eateries. With a vibrant decor, the multi-colored panels are used to create spaces or adjust the dining room for corporate or private events. The authentic Mexican menu featuring homemade corn tortillas, traditional salsas, enchiladas, burritos, fajitas and dishes like chicken mole, carnitas and more. Try the strawberry margaritas made with fresh fruit. Their bar has over 200 fine tequilas and apart from daily lunch and dinner, they also offer Sunday brunch. Enjoy the festivity with your entire family or a bunch of friends.