Shaman

Ukrainian Village
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Like its sister restaurant Chilam Balam, this small-plates newcomer Shaman serves Mexican small plates, allow BYO, and accept only cash. Unlike its older sibling, Shaman will take reservations, have more seats (65--Chilam has 45), and offer outdoor dining in the summer. Chef Natalie Oswald says that a few Lakeview dishes will make the trip to Ukrainian Village, such as the guacamole and the ceviche. New menu items, such as a butternut squash tamal with pecan mole and cranberry sauce, as well as pan-seared quail with bacon-morita chile broth, spaghetti squash, and green grape pico de gallo. Varieties of sopes and flautas will change periodically, as will the accompaniment to the gingerbread on the dessert menu.