Named after Simon Bolivar, the Venezuelan statesman who imagined a united Latin America, this restaurant brings together food from various countries in that continent. The decor has character - subdued lighting, MOR Rock playing gently, themed collection along the walls. Friendly helpful staff. Quaint drinks menu that you read from a bottle.
Went for a late night bite. Started, compliments of the chef, with a serving of three arepas (mini corn breads) with 3 sauces of varying degrees of heat - from mild garlic to super-hot habanero. Try them based on your level of bravery. 6 Ceviche Shots were seafood creations (octopus, shrimp, fish) served in large shot glasses. You will love the presentation as well as the great taste. Excellent Churrasco - hearty flat fillet, grilled medium with pink inside, chimichuri sauce, green salad with balsamic dressing, side of chips that actually tasted like potatoes. The best churrasco you can get in the city.
Light supper for three was $55 including billed 18% gratuity. You will not mind it at all.