World Cup Specials at Paladar Latin Kitchen

World Cup Specials at Paladar Latin Kitchen


Do you have World Cup Fever? Need a local place to check out the matches? Come down to Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar. They are offering meal and drink specials until July 13th.

Check out there specials below from our Friends at Paladar!

World Cup Specials

Guac: Grilled Corn & Queso Fresco, 5.95

Fresh avocado smashed with grilled corn, queso fresco, topped with cayenne pepper and served with Paladar’s housemade chip blend.


Appetizers: Grilled Corn “Elote,” 7.95

Our take on the classic Mexican Street Food, Elote. Grilled corn on the cob topped with queso fresco,

Braised Beef “Ropa Vieja” Nachos, 9.95

House breaded crispy tomatillos topped with fresh pico de gallo. Served with our zesty key lime mustard sauce for dipping.

Chicken Picadillo Empanadas, 9.95

A trio of flaky turnovers stuffed with roasted chicken, queso fresco, green olives, raisins, pickled jalapenos, baked and topped with citrus olive aioli.

Jerk Chicken Flatbread, 10.95

Rustic and crispy masa crust topped with jerk chicken, sweet potato puree, spiced almonds, red onions and melted Chihuahua cheese.

Chorizo Stuffed Corn Fritters, 9.95

Warm hominy corn fritters topped with crumbled chorizo & black beans with a pineapple-balsamic drizzle. Inspired by a Brazillian street food named Acarajae (a-car-ah-jay). It’s a corn fritter that’s cracked open and stuffed like a sandwich.


Tacos:             Short Rib Tiny Tacos, 9.95

Slow braised beef short rib and shredded romaine lettuce, served inside crispy malanga shells and topped with fresh tomato ginger jam.


Drinks:    Mixed Berry Mojito, 7.95

Cuca Fresca Cachaca with muddled fresh berries, limes, sugar, served on the rocks.

Terrazas Alto Chardonnay, 7.95 glass, 32 bottle

A rich and rich full-bodied white wine with notes of pear, peach, banana and lemon peel. Plays well with our Kale & Roasted Sweet Potato Salad.

They are also offering $5 Cuca Fresca Caipirinhas, $5 Mojitos and $4 Brazilian beer (Palma Louca and Xingu) in their bar area anytime there is a match on.

Rebecca Hertz


Rebecca Hertz is the Assistant Executive Director of Friends of White Flint. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Development and Social Change from Clark University, Worcester Massachusetts in 2012. She completed her Master’s Degree from Clark University, as well, in Community Development and Planning in 2013. She is interested in how built environments impact the health and growth of communities. Prior to this role, she worked as a youth worker and mentor for several non-profit organizations in Maryland and Massachusetts. She grew up in Rockville, MD and has recently moved back to the region.

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