My sister-in-law was given the chance to earn extra credit in her Spanish class by attending a dinner at a Colombian restaurant. It's called Casa Vieja. I heard we had one in the area, but I didn't know where or how it was, so I was so excited that she invited me to go along. The decor was definitely Colombian, and the food was really good. We shared a traditional plate called Bandeja Paisa, which included three different kinds of meat, rice, beans, avocado, a sweet plantain (mmm....my favorite), an arepa, and a fried egg. We also tried an empanada and salpicon (a really yummy fruit drink that's filled with all kinds of diced up fruits). I don't know that we actually were able to tell what the restaurant is really like because it was filled with three different Spanish classes (making it extremely crowded), but I will definitely go back again sometime. I heard there's a little Colombian bakery around, too, so now I need to find that and try it out.
(my eyes are a bit funky looking here)