Branch 27. It was a pretty good restaurant when he was there and he was able to incorporate more of his ideas, but it seemed that he wanted a restaurant of his own where he would be able to explore more of his ideas on modern Latin cuisine. He has achieved this with La Sirena Clandestina his restaurant in the River West neighborhood. Located across the street from a few of the hottest places in town (Moto, Ing, Next, and The Aviary) it's pretty low key. The building is pretty non-descript. There is a large tinted window for the front wall and part of one side with a large glass door at the front. There isn't much art hanging on the wall. but the walls are a bright turquoise so that helps somewhat. The ceiling is unfinished and the kitchen is large and open. Despite being fairly non-descript, it is very popular. When I came there, all of the tables were booked until 10 pm, and the only seats were at the bar. I don't mind sitting at the bar because it gives me more to look at. The bar has a pretty extensive liquor collection and the bartenders looked pretty skilled at their jobs. The cocktails leaned on the Brazilian/Caribbean side and the cocktail that I ordered fell into that category. I ordered a drink called the Brazilianaire and while I don't remember all that it contained, it did have Cachaça, Rum, and Angostura Bitters, and was garnished with mint leaves. It was sweet, bitter, and had a lot of botanical flavors and I really enjoyed it.