Dining here is kind of like a Caribbean vacation, complete with rojo sangria, cocktails in coconuts and the kind of dated 1970s décor that seems ubiquitous in South American restaurants. While portions on the tasting menu are on the small side, the a la cart menu of sharable snacks, such as signature arepas (filled with lobster, shrimp, chicken, or beef) and fresh mussels (at just $5 or $7) make supplementing the meal totally worth it. Also did we mention you can get a Hipster Colada, officially giving you license to drink pina coladas during a weeknight dinner? Yep. Cheapest vacation ever.