I was a guest to of my most favorite people in the world, and once upon a time, not long ago, they took us here for dinner. I don't know why, if it was the late hour, but we had the place to ourselves! The staff knew my friends who were warmly received. We sat at a beautiful table in the back and marveled as we were told the history of the building. I believe it was built in the 1700's. We heard about Pope John Paul eating here. (There is a menu page dedicated to what he ate and you can order it as your meal). A round of perfectly chilled Zubrowkas arrived and we all clinked our tubular vials and it was surprisingly smooth & warmed me to my toes. Next came the delicious crepes...Then our host picked a lovely red wine and I had a delicious soup. I ordered fish and my companion ordered the duck so we shared. Delicious!! I cannot remember what we had for dessert but I know it was heavenly. The high vaulted ceilings, the delicious food, and the VIP treatment was all amazing but the highlight of the night was the Piano player, who was decked out in a white tuxedo, asked my host what he would like to hear. Throughout our several courses we were treated to a lovely serenade of traditional Mexican songs and we all enjoyed the passionate delivery of them. Then came the moment when my jaw dropped. The pianist, knowing we were Americans, all of a sudden started a medley of classic American songs..hearing him jam out "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey & Billy Joels' "Piano Man" brought me to tears. (Happy ones). I have never felt so special in any resteraunt in the entire world, and I've been to thousands. Great food, Service, Beautiful friends & a sprinkle of Pixie Dust made this girl feel like a princess as I left under the long striped awning. Muchas Gracias Senor y Senora Castrejon por darnos un regalo tan especial y la memoria!
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