Located just a few blocks from its casual cousin La Viga, LV Mar is worlds away in terms of cuisine, offering sophisticated contemporary Latin American fare. The space is appropriately stylish, with slate floors, high ceilings, and paintings of ingredients on the walls. Business lunchers fill the tables by day, giving way to couples and families in the evening. Local produce shines in dishes like the pescado con pepitas, a flaky sea bass fillet encrusted in pumpkin seeds and served over buttery huitlacoche-potato purée. The gordita de pato encases rich duck meat in a golden puff pastry with port and dried cherries, while caramelized Brussels sprouts boast a Manchego-and-arbol chile vinaigrette. For the time-pressed, tortas are available at lunch.