If you don’t already have a daytime margarita spot, consider Orinoco, a casual Latin restaurant on a quiet corner of Shawmut Ave. It’s also a great option if you’ve been looking for a great Cuban sandwich, an impressive but affordable date night spot, or a place to browse for Venezuelan dry goods that are prominently displayed on the wall but probably aren’t for sale.
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