We don’t envy you.
Eat a bit of roast pork in a Latin hacienda.
Or eat a lot of roast pork in a Latin hacienda.
Introducing Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar, an old-school Cuban social club for pressed sandwiches and sugary mojitos, now open in the Village at Gulfstream Park.
Every workweek should end like this. With you in a dark-wood, mosaic-tiled, oversized-linen-lamp-lit bar. Face full of glazed pork rib, glass full of hand-muddled mojito.
If this sounds like something that would interest you, well, no kidding. Also, head here in a few hours and give this move a try: two small plates of crab croquetas, one large plate of eight-hour-braised short rib and one spare seat to be filled by a raven-haired rum enthusiast to be named later.
And about the rum (yes, about that rum): they’ve got 50 different kinds on hand. Tonight, just pick one and have it in a Jalapeño Paloma. That’s rum, jalapeño and fresh grapefruit juice.
Sorta calls for a preemptive “Ahhhh.”