Eating at Mojito is like one big party that you will certainly want an e-vite for. The music’s loud, the owner will probably chat with you before comping your group a round of tequila shots, and everything from their pressed Cubano to tangy braised beef with maduros is really good. Start with a plate full of arepas and crunchy corn-battered empanadas, and it’s be pretty impossible to have a bad attitude here. Unless you’re allergic to lime, mint, or fun.

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