Afro-Panamanian cooking displays a wild assortment of influences-the wonderful deep-fried flatbread called ojaldo points to Africa and India. This hopping Prospect Heights café and social club features snacks and filling soups at lunch, and more ambitious sit-down meals at suppertime. Favorite dish: curried liver and onions.
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Loaded with Scotch bonnet peppers, the searing green hot sauce might be Haitian or Trinidadian, while the tortillas ($1 each) mimic Colombian arepas, only coarser and oilier. Higado ($4) reprises the kind of liver and onions that pa...