San Francisco Bay Area South American Restaurants

San Francisco Bay Area South American Restaurants
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Rumbo Al Sur
Regional Mexican | Oakland
54 reviews

Rumbo al Sur celebrates the flavors of Mexico and Latin America using fresh, seasonal ingredients. In addition to variety of large and small plates, Rumbo al Sur offers hand crafted cocktails using fresh juices, house made syrups and a variety of unique tequilas, piscos and cachacas.

Sazon - Santa Rosa
Peruvian | Santa Rosa
65 reviews

Say "sah-ZAWN" when you say Sazón, the new Peruvian restaurant in the Roseland neighborhood of Santa Rosa. You"re just as likely to say, "Wow!" or "Ahhhh!" or even "M-mmm!" because Sazón will delight you with authentic dishes of Peru. Ají amarillo the most important ingredient in Peruvian cooking. The Navarro family — father and two sons — who operate Sazón don't cater to the timid American palate by stinting on this hot pepper or others in their sauces. They are blazing hot, just like at home in Peru. To sum up: Real Peruvian food has come to Sonoma County and it's wonderful!

Palacio
Latin American | Los Gatos
93 reviews

Palacio offers an upscale Latin Cuisine that meets the highest standards of quality and freshness. Executive Chef Lee Hernandez draws inspiration from both contemporary and traditional styles of Latin American cooking to create unique, distinctive dishes that stand out.



Enjoy a cocktail at the full bar, featuring extensive tequila and specialty cocktail selections, Our knowledgeable staff will help you select the perfect wine pairing to compliment your dining experience. Located in the historic Coggeshall Victorian Mansion in Downtown Los Gatos, Palacio truly is an unrivaled sensory experience.

Bossa Nova
Brazilian | SOMA
8 reviews

Bossa Nova Flavor.





Created with the look and feel of the Favela, Bossa Nova brings the flavor of Rio's Streets to San Francisco. The Favela (Rio's vibrant ghetto culture)is the birthplace of Samba and Bossa Nova. Music and dancing bursts out of dancehalls and clubs into the streets. The air is fragrant with lime, sizzling churraquinho and fresh seafood. Cachaca flows as freely as conversation. The Favela is the place of the people.





Only 1.5 blocks from the Orpheum Theater.