I've been to Fuego on Crescent a few times. It never disappoints. For me, Pura Vida is better, but Fuego doesn't fail by any means.
I'd guess, though I don't know, that Fuego is more South American and Pura Vida more Spanish. Since I'm guessing, bet I'm wrong.
None the less, Serrano Ham and lightly chopped Tomato Bread, very good.
Pan Seared Scallops in Spicy Garlic Sauce, awesome!
Dream Dates: Bacon-wrapped Dates Stuffed with Gorgonzola and Grilled painfully delicious. Near dessert.
Grilled Asparagus with Piquillo Peppers and Balsamic, very good.
Spicy Caribbean Pork Ribs Braised in Rioja Wine, pork in Rijoa. What could go wrong? A little sweet, but not like cheap Chinese fare.
Roasted Red Peppers with Gorgonzola, Walnuts and Olive Oil, delicious too.
Other than the Mexican chocolate cake I had the other night, I can't remember the desserts I've had, but none have failed.
Wines by the glass always rock. I've a few different Priorats there that have been tops.
Very good Caipirinhas.
Reasonably priced, great service, fun though somewhat loud vibe.