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- Beer and Wine Only
This venue is closed.
Why there are so few Venezuelan restaurants in New York is puzzling, especially if you've ever tasted Flor Villazan's wonderful arepas, empanadas, soups, and seviche. A couple dozen more seats than at Flor's original tiny East Village space may make it easier to get a table at the Greenwich Village branch, but you'll still have to wait the extra fifteen minutes it takes for a cachapa, the sweet corn pancake topped with creamy Venezuelan cheese that is the greatest thing to happen to yellow kernels since butter.
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