Chef Johnny Vinczencz may originally hail from Ohio, but since the 1990s he’s been making tropical waves in South Florida at various distinguished venues, collecting snappy nicknames along the way like “Caribbean Cowboy,” and “Guava Gaucho.” At his contemporary-stylish latest and greatest, smack in the middle of downtown Las Olas Boulevard, the cowboy rustles up some mighty imaginative grub if you’ve got the budget for it. The Caribbean does indeed wash over the menu (a la jerk-seared local black grouper), but there are hints of Spain, Italy, and Asia in there, too. The 350-label wine list is exceptional, and another unusual touch is the international cheese selection. Mmm, cheese.