We went here for dinner on a recent Thursday night based on a recommendation from a friend who had only checked it out for happy hour and gotten some light food.
We made a reservation and arrived about a half hour early, prepared to get a drink at the bar, but they were able to seat us right away, which was nice. Fortunately, we were able to get a table upstairs, as this particular night we wanted to chat and downstairs was very loud. Nothing wrong with that, but just something to be aware of.
Service was definitely spotty.
Our waiter started off by saying they recommend that each person gets two to three plates. This is definitely not necessary. For a group of three of us, we got five plates between us and that was plenty. I suppose it might depend what you get. We got the Tuna Taquitos which were amazing. If you like ahi and have several people, you'll need a few orders, we stuck with one. We also got the suckling pig tacos, which were amazing, the empanada, which I'd pass on, and the queso fundido, which was good if a little messy.
We tried to get the Enchilada Amarillo, but the waiter came back and said they were out, and suggested the Enchilada Roja instead. We were really looking forward to the ingredients listed for the Amarillo and the Roja ingredients aren't really comparable, but we went with his suggestion. It was just alright.
For drinks, we each got a margarita, El Bandolero, La Flaquita, and Casa en Fuego. All were delicious and good sized.
As we were finishing our meal, the waiter went for the hard sell on the $40 margarita pitcher. It was ill-timed and we passed.
All in all, some food was good, some really not so good at all, the drinks were good and the service was meh. I don't think I'd go back for dinner again, but I'd definitely check out the bar for drinks and maybe some light fare.
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