New York's Rayuela calls its cuisine Estilo Libre Latino, or "Freestyle Latino." The restaurant's name, which is Spanish for "hopscotch," comes from the title of a novel by Julio Cortázar. The novel's experimental format allows the reader to jump between chapters, creating their own freestyle experience. Rayuela features a cocktail menu that features extensive use of fresh fruit and fruit juices. One drink, the Rising Star, is made with Canadian icewine, lychee puree and dry ...
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