Argentina, Venezuela, and Cuba get nods on this sabor Latino dish that features croquettes, yuca, empanadas, sausage, and a tamale. The family-owned restaurant where we sampled this medley has just opened its second location. Where are we eating?
Leave your guesses in the comments and we'll award the winner a pair of tickets to the upcoming Fort Lauderdale Bus Loop on January 13.
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