This is a stall in Fulton Galley with really great food. Fairview is a Latin American rotisserie, and eating here feels a little like being at a backyard barbecue. You can choose from chicken, pork shoulder, or lamb ribs (with delicious sauces like mole poblano or chimichurri), and sides include potatoes made with aji verde and refried beans with masa crepes - but our favorite is the corn arepa topped with garlic, green beans, and cotija cheese. In other words, it’s probably way better than the last family picnic you went to.
Fairview is permanently closed.
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