This newcomer to the Harlow District (housed in the former Grappino di Nino space) is an undeniable winner. Its large, tree-shaded patio—with swings, fans, and a gurgling fountain—is transportive, and two homey mural-bedecked rooms, each with its own bar, also beckon. Verde’s concept is casual; you order your drinks and food from either bar. The cocktails are remarkable; the menu leads with margaritas (beware the Serpent, with its árbol chile; go instead for the smooth Verde), but there are plenty of options. Chips and traditional queso blanco with smoked Hatch chiles melded perfectly with our margaritas. In the generous Scallop Cítrico, the delicate seafood was bit overpowered by the grapefruit, lime, and orange, but our Shrimp Inferno tacos, with tinga salsa and jalapeño buttermilk, were fiery and fine. The highlight turned out to be a plate of creamy, dreamy chicken enchiladas suizas.