This casual restaurant is mostly about empanadas and sandwiches, which makes it an ideal stop for lunch whether you want to eat in or grab it to-go. We like both their empanadas and sandwiches almost equally as much, but the chopped beef empanada just ever so slightly wins over the prosciutto and arugula sandwich. You should still try both though.
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