Acclaimed chef and owner Richard Sandoval's contemporary Pan-Latin steakhouse, Toro Toro in Washington, D.C., is offering late night Happy Hour exclusively from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Thursdays, and from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Toro Toro's Happy Hour menu features creative Pan-Latin small bites, paired with Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc, as well as Modelo Especial, Corona Extra, Dos Equis Amber, and Amstel Light, priced at $5 each.  Guests can also sip on select house spirits priced at $4 and handcrafted signature cocktails such as the Caipirinha, Pitu cachaca, fresh lime, and sugar; Mojito Traditional, Bacardi Castillo, fresh mint, and fresh lime; Tinta Roja, red wine, brandy, Licor 43, fresh apple, fresh mango, and orange liqueur; Margarita, Sauza Blue, agave nectar, and fresh lime, and the Prickly Pear Chilcano, pisco capel, prickly pear purée, fresh lime juice, ginger ale, and bitters. Signature cocktails range in price from $5 to $7.

Happy Hour small bites include Truffle Fries with truffle oil and parmesan; Smoked Guacamole with avocado, chipotle chili, onion, and tomato; Choripan, Argentinian chorizo, chile rocotto aioli, Napa slaw, and pickled fresno; Churrasco Burnt Ends Nachos, achiote chicken, picanha steak, and chorizo; Chicken Tacos, pico de gallo and salsa verde; Steak Tacos, salsa roja, cilantro, and onion; Crispy Shrimp Tacos, aji amarillo aioli and pickled vegetables; Corn Masa Empanadas, Oaxaca cheese and chimichurri, and Korean Fried Chicken Wings, gochujang and cucumber kimchee. Happy Hour small bites range in price from $4 to $10.

Additionally, guests can partake in complimentary group salsa lessons from professional dancers from 9 to 10:30 p.m. every Thursday night, followed by an opportunity to show off their new moves at Toro Toro's 5,000-square-foot upscale modern lounge where the nights featured disc jockey will be spinning Latin, House, and Top 40 hits until 2 a.m.  

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