Favorite Dishes

Bodegon 71: Try the Juice, Arabian Empanadas, and Dulce de Leche Conitos

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What first appears as simply a window selling empanadas is actually far more extensive. This eatery offers a ton of healthful options and Argentine staples.

The juice options are a bit limited, but you can mix and match up to three ingredients for a variety of combinations.

This grapefruit, carrot, and celery blend cost $3.99. Even better is they will most likely juice more than fits in your cup, so if you stay and sip, you can get a free refill.

The Spanish tortilla ($5.99) was irresistible and massive, filling an entire plate with its fluffy, eggy, frittata-like form chock full of tomatoes, potatoes cut like fries, onion, and red pepper. Other tortillas feature chorizo.

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