Rivera, a 100-seat restaurant in Los Angeles, is divided into three dining rooms, each with its own menu designed to tell the 3,000-year story of Latin cuisine. In the Sangre room, guests can dine on the foods of Spain and Portugal; South American food can be had in Samba; and the food of Mexico and the American Southwest is served at Playa Bar. Also available is a menu called Conexiones, which features dishes that make connections between the old and new worlds, from one country to ...
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