Only open for dinner and mostly under a tent, the ambiance is interesting at best with plastic chairs, folding tables etc. But the food has always been good (been eating there every January for about 6 years) and is prepared on a grill and in a makeshift kitchen. BYOB is welcome. A variety of brochetas made it popular and it remains the key however the Moles (stews) are awesome with grande portions served boiling hot in mochahates (sp?). Rack of ribs are also very good. Lots of chips and a big variation of dips (some devilishly HOT!) make for a great experience before dinner along with a free serving of bean soup. Located west of the Nissan dealership and not easily seen from the busy street. Near the McDonalds, Sam's Club etc and about 2 blocks from the beach.
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