Situated in the downtown area of this quaint city, this restaurant specializes in Nicaraguan cuisine with many other Central American influences. The menu focuses on lean meats with the beef tenderloin churrasco as the signature dish. A variety of churrasco dishes has proven to be just as tasty. I sampled the chicken churrasco and I certainly did not leave disappointed. The atmosphere can be festive with bustling crowds during both lunch and dinner. A Spanish-style architecture is fitting for the décor as a trickling fountain, tropical colors and an array of plant arrangements adorn the interior. The covered sidewalk patio offers a more serene dining experience, not to mention great people-watching opportunities. If the food doesn't have you coming back, the service will. An attentive team of staff members aim to provide you with a memorable dining experience. Diners can expect live entertainment on the weekends.