But we think your life has room for one more Latin fish joint. Especially one that serves pisco cocktails until 5am.
Which brings us to Cevichery Restobar, a raucous cantina of cured fish and Peruvian drinks, now open in South Beach.
You’ll recognize the flamenco vibe and the mosaic-tiled bar from the tiny space’s days as Café Barcelona. But there are some new touches: Marble tables. Plexiglass chairs. Ceviche. Lots and lots of ceviche.
On a cool evening, you and a date will want to sit at the sidewalk tables outside, soaking in the romance of Espanola Way and taking advantage of the two-for-one sangria special that runs every night until 5am. Start off with a few Chilcanos (pisco, lime and ginger ale) and Papa Rellena (potatoes stuffed with beef), chased with any of half a dozen types of cured fish. Go for something dressed with the aji amarillo sauce, made from the fiery Peruvian orange pepper. (You’ve always had a thing for fiery Peruvians.)
And every night, sometime around 11, the restaurant shuts down the kitchen, cranks up the resident DJ’s Latin beats and transforms into a late-night fiesta where a bartender may or may not start dancing on the bar.
It depends on the song.