Artista, a restaurant inside the theater. It was super fancy, but also delicious!
First they brought out this complimentary platter of plantain chips with a tomato sauce, some sort of cheesy/garlic sauce that I basically wanted to eat straight with that little spoon, and chimichurri. It was delicious!
For an appetizer we ordered the hilariously named "lollichops," and you know how we love our meat-popsicles, so we had to get them. The sauce here was also amazing- a cucumber/mint/yogurt sauce. (Dan and I agreed at the end of the meal that while the food was good, the sauces were the real stars of the meal)
I had read the book a long time ago, but don't remember much so I can't really comment on how closely it follows the book. I did recently just read the original Wizard of Oz book (which is free on Kindle because the copyright has run out- did you know you can get tons of old books free on kindle because of this. I also recently downloaded Little Women.) and it's interesting the differences between the book and the original movie. Amazing that such thin source material (the book is really short) has turned into a whole universe of movies, books, and shows.
And I'll leave you with my favorite song: DefyingGravity
Doesn't it just make you want to smile... and kick some ass?!