This place offers a nice assortment of creative arepas in a coffee shop vibe. I tried the Havana, which offered a generous mound of barbecued pork. They also have smoothies and the usual coffee offerings.
This tidy storefront serves prepared to order arepas with a variety of fillings and a nice assortment of sauces on the side. Although the name refers to chocolate, it’s a Venezuelan expression that simply means “The Best” Arepas. And they are good.
I had the shredded beef version with white cheese. It was particularly good with the homemade green sauce.
The also have cachapas. Unlike the arepas, which are grilled, slit open and stuffed, the cachapas are sweeter, and are folded over to hold their payload.
I also enjoyed my blackberry smoothie, which wasn’t too rich and had just the right amount of sweetness.