Zebraz 18

Zebraz 18
1104 W 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608
www.facebook.com/Zebraz18Chicago

Pilsen, Chicago, 18th Street
Rewind to a few years back when friends would go to meet,
at the local bars that once occupied what’s now obsolete,
but where memories of such a time will take you there again by the sound of a beat!

Pilsen welcomes Zebraz 18, an ultra lounge that captures these nights,
where Latino music and dancing were the highlights
But as the same music plays at this late-night upscale restaurant,
along with the music, the food is what everybody will want!
Chef Roberto Castillo has brought his expertise,
to bring contemporary Latin American cuisine that will please
From the Poblano Mac-Cheese, with it’s poblano cheese sauce and chorizo crumble,
to other favorites you’ll stumble,
like Empanadas and a Holy Guacamole,
with flavor that is infused in each bite so you’ll have to eat slowly!
To entrees like a San Bartolo Mole, and Sweet Potato Enchiladas, made with sauces that will take you to the native land,
where each ingredient in their dishes are made by hand!

Along food that will steal the show, a good drink goes well on the side,
and the popular Chamuco Cucumber is one that’s glorified
With a fresh cucumber, vodka, and a Tamarindo stick straw,
to end this refreshing drink with the popular Mexican candy will awe
Then there are other Latino cocktails like the Mi Mezcalito, and La Cubanita,
drinks that are made for any señor or señorita!

Amidst the culture that Zebraz 18 represents,
with food and music that are fit for any event,
for Pilsen, it is a magnificent present!
So as the DJ plays every night to bring this lounge to life,
the friends and family that visit will Eat, Drink, and Enjoy Life without any strife!

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2 Comments

  1. Carly (message in stanza)

    September 27, 2017 at 12:57 pm

    Looks great! I have never tried Latin food before. I am assuming it incorporates food from all Latin roots like French and Spain. Is it a mix of all the Latin countries or more a specific country? I have tried Spanish food before. How does it compare to that?

    1. dineANDrhyme

      September 27, 2017 at 4:37 pm

      You can take a look at the picture of their menu included in this post! You’ll be able to see specific dishes and even special ingredients that make it different 🙂

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