Can't remember name
It was called Malverde. I emphasize "was" because it closed a few months ago. Apparently, in that little development, there was room for only one fine restaurant and La Huasteca won. It's a real shame because the chef ran two wonderful restaurants in Chicago, so I was excited to see what he'd do here. Unfortunately, it was a real disappointment -- bad service, inconsistent kitchen, not-so-great location.