Place is very mod and it takes you a minute to realize it is all outside. Food is a modern take on Oaxaca cuisine so don't expect traditional style here, but it is really good. We had a raw tuna appetizer to die for. Big surprise was the selection of Mexican wines. We had a nice Mexican Viognier. Not cheap for Oaxaca but still cheaper than if this restaurant was in a big US City.
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