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At Rayuela, you can have a cocktail with floating rose petals to start, Chilean sea bass for dinner and a chocolate “Latin Lover” for dessert. From its location on the Lower East Side, Rayuela is quickly gaining uptown media attention for its authentic Latino cuisine served in contemporary décor. Executive chef Macimo Tejada specializes in seviche and tapas. Rayuela also has a lounge open until 2am.