Drawing its name from an old Ricky Ricardo tune, Babaloo is the newest restaurant player in town, moving into space on Danbury Road left empty by Bistro Seven.Serving authentic Latin American comfort food from Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, and other countries, Wilton-native Matt Criscuolo\u2019s newest restaurant seeks to fill a void in the Georgetown market.\u201cWhat this area needed was something different, and Latin American soul food was different, but was a style that is also embraced by the community,\u201d he said.\u201cAll I\u2019ve heard from patrons so far is \u2018we don\u2019t have anything like this in the area.\u2019 The kitchen is kicking out some really flavorful food. It\u2019s become my own favorite place to eat,\u201d Criscuolo said.The restaurant boasts 12 beers from an assortment of South and Central American countries, an extensive wine list, and a list of custom cocktails.But the real draw, the owner said, is the food.\u201cAt this point, right now, the chefs are killing with the food. They\u2019re highly trained and talented, and they have been producing some amazing flavors.Babaloo is like a mutual fund of popular foods from different Latin countries,\u201d he said. \u201cThe food isn\u2019t even R-rated, it\u2019s X-rated.\u201dRegardless of its MPAA rating, the restaurant remains family-friendly, Criscuolo said, and on Sundays it will feature a Latin brunch with patio dining.\u2018We\u2019ll have certain things, like eggs Benedict, omelets, burgers, and burritos, all done with a Latin, Babaloo flair.\u201dWhile it is not a farm-to-table establishment like Bistro Seven, Babaloo still sources some of its products from local producers.In addition to traditional entr\u00e9e offerings, Babaloo will feature a 12-item tapas tasting menu, and six varieties of inexpensive tacos. Plus, everything on the menu is vegetarian-friendly.Babaloo, which is currently open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for dinner, and Friday, Saturday and Sunday all day, is as much an experience as it is a restaurant, Criscuolo said.\u201cWe\u2019ll have live Latin music once a week, most likely on Thursday. But any time someone comes in here, the music we\u2019re playing will be authentic Latin music, and the vibe and energy of the experience is a jubilant and fun vibe.\u201cPeople will have a good time when they come here. It\u2019s like a little sanctuary, a little Latin oasis.\u201dOf all the items on the menu, the owner is partial to a few, including the deep-fried shishito peppers, served with sea salt.\u201cA lot of this food has a little spicy kick to it, and the wines and the beers paired with the flavors of the food is just dynamite.\u201dCriscuolo owns two other restaurants in Wilton, Toozy Patza Pizza, and Wilton Pizza, and Piccolo Pizza in downtown Ridgefield.Information: babaloo wilton.com.