Cant beat this centrally located spot for ambiance. It's an open courtyard with retractable roof (opened for fireworks when we were there last night). All modern design with an upscale well-dressed crowd. The lobby had some Day of the Dead characters and there was one in a boat inside the pool of water inside the restaurant that gives you the feel of dining next to a lake. We had a series of appetizers priced at 75 pesos each that demonstrated the restaurants creativity with Oaxacan cuisine. The tortilla soup was a knockout. They allow smoking (at least in the small lounge) so if that's an issue than request a table elsewhere. Wine list started at 300 pesos.
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