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Open since November in the renovated shopping-center storefront that had previously housed the short-lived pan-Caribbean Zialala Cafe, Nahyla’s is attractive and well kept, with abstract fabric art on off-white walls, attractive, sturdy wooden tables and chairs and an oversize red, blue and yellow flag of Venezuela hanging in the back of the room. The bilingual main menu features nine filled arepas, ranging in price from $6.99 (for granos con queso blanco, black beans with white cheese) to $9.99 (for pabellon, the iconic Venezuelan shredded beef). Two larger dinner entrées, pabellon criollo (shredded beef with beans and rice, a fried egg... Read More



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