Arepas Latin Cuisine

Go to Arepas Latin Cuisine on special events nights, and you can dance to live salsa and merengue music, drink $25 bottomless mimosas, or watch soccer matches on TV over discounted wine and beer. Even if you head to the casual Venezuelan spot in the Mission on non-themed evenings, dinner will always add up to a fun time. The arepas are fried or grilled handheld behemoths well-stuffed with things like shredded beef, carne asada, and tender cochinita pibil. And the eye-catching tostones are topped with tangy red cabbage and seasoned shrimp. There are also cachapas filled with gooey mozzarella cheese, pabellón criollo plates, and Venezuelan burgers, too. And if you want, snag some Venezuelan snacks from their mini market on your way out.