If feels like summer all the time at the Nuevo Latino boA(r)te Bogota, where the walls are painted vibrant shades of pink and the restaurant opens onto a sunny garden patio out back. The drink menu, available at the bar up front (and at the tables when business is slower), features a pan-Latin list of drinks that covers multiple countries in two pages: caipirinhas ($6), classic mojitos ($6), margaritas ($6) not made from a mixaand all appear to come in fruit flavors like mango and passion fruit for a few dollars more. Sangria here is more a mix of tropical fruit macerated in wine or sometimes a mixture of wine and cachaca.
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