After a pitcher of their tasty sangria, it's almost guaranteed you'll jump up and try dancing a rumba at this lively home to Cuban food, Venezuelan and Spanish cuisine. Better eat something, or you'll really embarrass yourself. For tapas, try the seared scallops, or the Toke de Pollo, braised chicken with caramelized onions. Arepitas, Venezuelan corncakes, made fresh and served steaming with a variety of meats or cheese, are another option for soaking up the booze. The menu also offers heartier options: Spanish and Cuban themed bocadillos, which are sandwiches served on a baguette, and a short list of entrees - chicken, pork, seafood or vegetarian.