Since 2011, chef Ramiro Jimenez has transformed locally sourced ingredients into Nuevo Latino dishes just bursting with flavor. Take a peek into the open kitchen as he works his magic on entrées like slow-braised pork shank in garlic mojo:
• $25 for $50 to spend on food and drink at dinner
• $21 ($42 value) for a Sunday brunch buffet for two
• This Mahopac establishment serves brunch from noon to 3 p.m.
"Mr. Jimenez balances textures and flavors subtly and brilliantly; his seasonings lead diners through a sequence of tastes that surprise and delight -- fiery, fruity, smoky, rich, sweet, sour -- in their mutually enhancing combinations." - The New York Times
While old favorites like huevos rancheros and empanadas round out the brunch buffet, seared tilapia makes an appearance at dinner. One of more than 1,300 Facebook fans says the ceviche appetizer -- poached shrimp in a roasted tomato sauce -- is simply the best. Critics, on the other hand, called the tomato rice from the arroz con pollo "A-MAZING."
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$50 Toward Latin Cuisine or Sunday Brunch for Two at a Talked-About Mahopac Spot
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