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Rumba

It’s time for a vacation. But you just spent all your money on almond butter at Whole Foods, so a tropical getaway is probably not in your near future. Make moves to Rumba, which is the next best thing—perfect for getting slightly tipsy with your friends over tropical small plates. Grab a booth amidst the bookcases full of island tchotchkes, order some classic daiquiris along with a round of empanadas.

Megan Rainwater

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