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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Drink Therapy: Lush Latin Beats and a Facelift You Can Sip

Posted By on Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 4:54 PM

click to enlarge KENN WILSON
  • Kenn Wilson
It's La Escuelita night at Pisco Latin Lounge, a kind of aural bouquet of lush paper roses with a heady whiff of retro Latino, pop sintetico, and old school dance stuff (DJ Juan Data starts up about 8 p.m.). Meantime, you can suck down drink specials spiked with Lotus vodka: a cucumber martini and a pomegranate vodka mojito (both $7). We know -- a bit pricier than two-buck PBRs, but Pisco is a classy place, and it's altogether likely that if you do meet somebody, he'll be a lot classier than some beercan crusher in bad sneakers. If you really want to impress, you can order an Anti-Todo, a mashup of vodka, raspberry liqueur, and a boatload of antioxidant juices -- kind of like Botox you can sip through a straw. It's $12, considerably cheaper than a trip to some plastic surgery clinic in South America.

Pisco Latin Lounge 1817 Market (at Guerrero), 874-9951

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