The 10 Best Latin American Restaurants near Denver, Colorado
Some of the most higly rated Latin American Restaurants near Denver are:
- XATRUCHO at Enigma Bazaar (5/5)
- La Azteca Mexican Food Co (5/5)
- Sabor Del Campo - Puerto Rican Cuisine (4.8/5)
- Work & Class (4.7/5)
- SuperMegaBien (4.7/5)
- Texas de Brazil (4.6/5)
- MARIA EMPANADA - South Broadway (4.6/5)
- Tacos Tequila Whiskey (4.5/5)
- Cuba Cuba cafe & bar, DENVER (4.6/5)
- Señor Bear (4.6/5)
Here is a review from an user.
So this place is in a food hall of sorts. It's in Vallejo, the name of the business and the address. The food hall is takeout only, but there are tables and chairs outside that you can sit in. Mostly it's delivery drivers inside picking up food for folks. Great selection of food at the place. Everything from edible cookie dough to delicious varieties of tacos.
Really incredible meal - everything was delicious and the service was impeccable. We had the Colorado lamb, which was ever so slightly tough but a quality lamb. We also ordered the goat cheese mac and cheese (an incredible idea), the massive attack salad, the blue corn empanadas and the spicy garlic braised greens, which surprisingly was probably my favorite. I’ve never liked sautéed greens as much as these. Everything was great, will definitely be back.
I had a good dinner experience here with my partner. The menu is full of delicious options and can be difficult to make a decision. But, because of their cart service (sometimes they walk around with trays instead of carts), you can see the food before taking it. We ordered all small plates that looked good to us, and it was easy to share them all. I enjoyed the croquettes, not chicken wings, and arepas. I also enjoyed my sangria.
listen, this was my first time coming to a restaurant like this since the pandemic. the food was divine, the atmosphere was eccentric, and the staff were truly phenomenal and respectful. Bailey was what made my experience and i am coming back for another tasting soon. God Bless
This place was awesome. As you can see on the pictures, my hubby and I wanted to try everything. We got the banatulla it was absolutely delicious. We also tried the Argentina, the one with chorizo, the one that has mushrooms was my favorite andy husband’s fav was the buffalo chicken one. Great service too and the coffee to die for. It was pricy but totally worth it!!!
This restaurant has a wide variety of tacos and other Mexican entrees to choose from. I suggest mixing and matching a few different tacos and ordering one of their craft cocktails to wash it down. Each one of their tacos is carefully crafted with a unique blend of toppings, textures, flavors, and artful presentation. The service was also fantastic. I went on a very busy day with a large group and our appetizer was never brought out to our table. However, the staff eventually brought it to us mid-meal, took the appetizer off our check, and threw in free desserts for everyone at the end. I really enjoyed my overall dining experience on their outdoor patio and I’m already looking forward to returning with friends in the future.
We attended a special event for our friend's birthday that included a mambo band. The ticket price was $ for a three course dinner, drinks with each course and the band. It was a lot of fun! The band was excellent! I'm vegan and I was able to get a vegan option. The only thing I didnt like was how small and cramped the room was. I wish there was more room to dance, but everyone danced anyway. I'd love to hear the band again.
We scooter here for a quick HH drinks. It was good price and vibe. The drinks were so good for $7 each. Taco was $5.