My husband and I found this place on our first night in PV - just looking for a place close to the condo where we were staying. There were a number of "locals" or seemingly regular patrons at the little bar. We enjoyed the beverages and the owner Jae was very friendly and upbeat.
We returned there with the kiddos at happy hour on the way home from the beach and ordered virgin pina coladas for the kiddos and a rum and coke. The gal working the early shift did not speak good English and was either new or just not trained yet. She was friendly but not very efficient. We stopped by another evening on our way home from a walk and met Eve (sp) the server from Sweden. He was quite animated and very friendly. Excellent service.
We finally decided to try it for dinner one evening and took the kiddos. The upstairs dining room was EMPTY! We were skeptical because this was Easter week and the area was jam packed with tourists and locals so why was no one eating there.
We were given menues and placed our drink orders. Kids ordered virgin St. Daqs and we ordered Ritas on the rocks. (Love the blue salt!) The kiddos drinks were not even close to tasting like St. Daqs - and we asked to have more strawberry added. The server very nicely accomodated - but it didn't help much. We were given cauliflower "ceviche" with tortilla chips for free as a starter (nice touch) and then ordered several tapas.
The salad with the strawberries and goat cheese was delicious. The salad with the blue cheese - not so much. We then shared Eggplant "meatballs" which 3/4 or us really enjoyed and Scallop with Sesame Crust Ahi tuna - it was just ok. We also all LOVED the mushrooms! Definitely order the shrooms! And we ordered the panzella (baked mexican cheese with herbs on top served with bread slices) This was a bit disappointing - did not like the dried herbs - was hoping for fresh herbs. I would really like to see this place succeed - but the comments below about the music are so true - downstairs in the bar - no problem - play Pink all you want! but upstairs in the dining room - some classier quieter music would be more appropriate.
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