Sabor Latino's feel-good ambience makes this decades-old northwest Denver joint easy to love. The dining room is comfortably rustic, with an atmosphere that hangs somewhere in that inviting, tender middle ground between aging white-tablecloth class and neighborhood eclecticism. The menu is half-Mexican standards and half-greatest hits of Central and South American cuisines (some holdovers from the original owners and location on 32nd Avenue); almost all of it is very, very good.
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Just under a year ago, Sabor Latino underwent a major cosmetic makeover after more than a decade at its second North Denver location on 35th and Tennyson (it originally opened in 1990 on 32nd Avenue), where it plied Denverites with ...
The last time I was at Sabor Latino, I heard a recorded pan-flute rendition of the Titanic love theme so sappy that it silenced an entire dining room -- except for the laughter. An order of arepa fell just as flat: The white-corn pa...
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