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International chef/entrepreneur Richard Sandovalâ€™s first restaurant in Denver was the â€śmodern Mexicanâ€ť Tamayo, but he didnâ€™t stop with that flagship spot in Larimer Square. He opened the very urban Zengo, then Al Lado, in the heart of the Platte Valley. But for more far-flung, suburban locations â€“ in Park Meadows and Northfield/Stapleton â€“ he had a different idea: La SandĂa Cantina, a more casual concept heâ€™s also introduced in Santa Monica and Virginia. This isnâ€™t your average taco hut, though: In addition to expansive menus that include everything from authentic Mexican comfort foods to a â€śLatin Lightâ€ť lineup, there are over 150 agave-based spirits in La SandĂaâ€™s Tequila Bar (a tequila sommelier is on hand to guide you through the list), and comfortable outdoor patios (Park Meadows comes with a mountain view) where you can linger over lunch or toast the end of a long workday.