I'm not so sure about Bomberos. Even though the place was cute and trendy, the food good, the wine list concerns me. Yes, South American wines are all the rage, good value and *improving* quality but I had some issues here. Often these wines are a gamble because they are from unknown producers and regions. When I was there some wines ranged from $12-$15 bucks a glass. Quite a financial risk on some unknown wines that are supposed to be bargains. Some of the cheaper wines by the glass were either boring, uninteresting or obscure. An Argentine Sauv Blanc for $8??Even a South American-Famousa(Corona-esque) beer cost $5. It's Sunnyslope, not Scottsdale. For lunch on a Saturday afternoon it wasn't cost effective, additionally we were the only ones in the place.