The former Angels & Mariachis space has received a Spanish-style makeover, with tiles imported from Grenada, and metal cage chandeliers overlooking the reclaimed stablewood bar where they're serving up sangria in glass-blown pitchers, and cocktails like the rum/green chartreuse/raspberry Expatriate. As for grub, bites include salt-cod-stuffed piquillo peppers, mussel croquettes, and huevos rotos, aka, thick-cut fries that
won't shut up about their fantasy baseball team are covered in fried eggs 'n chorizo.
Published: June 13, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
1721 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622
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