Traditional Latin favorites, yuca, papaya, plantains and mangos enjoy the company of spices and berries of the West Indies. A nip of the grapevine pisco from Chile will warm your mood while you choose to explore. Canela, cumino and queso fresco of the Andean Mountains find company in the fish, the shellfish and ceviches of Peru, Panama and the Mexican coast. Don’t miss our slow roasted meats inspired by the fireside tales of the gauchos. These are all stories you won’t want to miss – sit back and enjoy a tale well told. In 2003 Chef Luna left a nationally renowned Cuban fusion cuisine restaurant, to realize the dream of his own business. This endeavor, Mari Luna Mexican Grill, came to life in an old ice cream store near the Baltimore County line. Chef Luna, his wife Alba and their daughters created a loyal and cheerful following of happy diners. When Baltimore County began looking for an anchor restaurant to encourage the redevelopment of “Old Pikesville,” the Lunas were their choice.