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Best Nuevo Latino Food In Chicago

October 3, 2010 10:11 PM

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Tapas Valencias

1530 S State St
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 842-4444

Whether it is enjoying hot or cold tapas, an entrée or vintage wine- there is always a pleasant combination of exceptional food, friendly service and unique atmosphere at Tapas Valencias located in the South Loop.

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702 W Fulton St
Chicago, IL 60661
(312) 850-5005

Featuring “Latino flavors with the spice of life,” Carnivale offers authentic, soulful cuisine as prepared in kitchens all over Latin America. The kaleidoscope of colors, playful décor and high-energy atmosphere ignites the feel of being at a Latin house party.

Café 28

1800 W Irving Park Rd
Chicago, IL 60613
(773) 528-2883

Café 28 is a family-owned restaurant that aims to provide service in traditional Cuban and Mexican style with an eclectic Latin twist. Join them for dinner, lunch or weekend brunch, and indulge yourself with their “famoso” mojitos cocktails, along with their green tamales appetizer. Enjoy a great meal on their patio, which is surrounded by beautiful colorful flowers and plants to enhance the environment.

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108 W Kinzie St
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 329-9555

Located in the River North area of Chicago, the best quality of this restaurant is that they’re open late! Experience quality and authentic Nuevo Latino cuisine as late as 3am on the weekends. Serving tapas and small plates, along with traditional Mexican dishes with a Latina flare, Mercadito is a perfect place to dine after a night on the town.

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Nuevo Leon

1515 W 18th Street
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 421-1517

Nuevo Leon’s authentic Mexican menu is well balanced with their rich and flavorful chicken, steak, and seafood dishes ranging from Bistec a la Mexican, fajitas, and their signature dish, Filete Nuevo Leon. Located in the heart of Pilsen, this Nuevo Latino restaurant is a popular meeting-greeting & eating place, but don’t forget your cash, because this BYOB establish doesn’t accept credit cards.

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