There are the clients who want to time travel by way of big hunks of meat and ice-cold martinis, and then there are the ones who want to try something new. Bring the second group to Bazaar Meat in the Sahara. The majority of the menu is focused on larger portions of high-quality meat, but the starters are where you’ll find interesting takes on Spanish tapas. This means dishes like cotton candy foie gras, chicken and bechamel croquetas, and jamon iberico tacos with nori and fish roe. There are also light fixtures in the shape of moose heads with antlers, a painting of the countryside with birds and very large people, and fake alligator heads hanging from the ceiling so it’s a fun place for when dinner’s just the beginning of a long night.
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