The sandwiches here are like the more manageable little cousins of the behemoths at Paseo. They share the same crusty bread, tender meat and punch of flavors from jalapeno, cilantro and aioli. Meza also has arepitas, little corncakes with your choice of meat. These are tasty when you just want a small bite, though I felt some were a bit dry. But the tapas are all winners, especially the hongos (marinated mushrooms). Regardless of what you order, you should wash it all down with sangria, which is nicely balanced and not overly sweet.
There is not a ton of space in this narrow storefront, so grabbing seats for more than a couple people can be a challenge. Bonus points, though, for being one of few restaurants to serve food until late (3am!) on the weekends.
Pros: Delicious Venezuelan bites and addictive sangria
Cons: Loud and crowded on weekends, not good for large groups