Randolph St. is no stranger to Latin American cuisine. Ronero, though, ups the ante on Restaurant Row. It’s a Latin American restaurant, with Caribbean, Cuban, and Central American influence, and a penchant for rum. Chef Corey Morris (formerly of Rural Society and Jose Garces’ Mercat a la Planxa in the South Loop) helms the kitchen, turning out dishes combining the culinary flavors of various Central and South American regions, giving his traditionally rooted plates some kicked-up creativity. Expect dishes like a hamburger with chorizo marmalade, and yucca fries, ceviche, empanadas, or a whole, fried red snapper with coconut-cola rice and fried plantains. Upstairs, the second-floor lounge is rum-centric with a speakeasy-adjacent atmosphere and tableside cocktail service. The lounge is open late to keep the Latin spirit alive well beyond your dinner.