Paco’s had some great authentic Mexican food that was served well and the ambiance was clever and appealing. The restaurant was a former bank with large, marble pillars out front and marble floor in the entryway, enormous safety deposit box doors that greet you when you enter and hide a small area where they prepare the salsa and chips, and a welcoming dining area that is pleasant to view. The food seemed fresh and was very tasty but my frozen margarita fell flat. I chose the seafood soup with a side of guacamole (the soup was called the “Marina” I belive?) and it was various types of seafood (scallops, clams, octopus, fish and crab) served in a bowl with a nice vegetable broth, a side of tortillas of choice (I chose corn) and a small plate of jalapenos, red onion, cilantro and lime. I couldn’t tell if any of the seafood was frozen or if the octopus was canned but it tasted fresh and I ate every bite. The guacamole was also very good but maybe could of used a bit more seasoning and the regular salsa was slightly bland. The chips were very tasty but the margarita was served with a cheaper type of tequila (I had a choice of either tequila or rum and topped with whipped cream…I made the mistake of choosing the whipped cream…not a good mix with tequila). All in all – a pleasant experience and I would certainly return
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