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ored with Thai, Chinese, and Mexican? Head for the Andes. Tiny Rincón Limeno encompasses the spirit of Peru with Peruvian music and décor, friendly service, and a menu that seems impossibly big for a restaurant this small. It boasts such exotic dishes as anticucho (beef heart fried with potatoes) but is best at seafood, including Peruvian ceviche (above), Peruvian chowder, and calimari, authentically prepared. You can tell by the Peruvians who fill the place. Penzias
The proportion of Hispanics has increased from 6.4 percent of the Boston population in 1980 to more than 15 percent. The trend has been most pronounced in East Boston, where the Latino population rose from 2.9 percent in 1980 to 40 percent, the largest concentration in the city.
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