We had reservations for sunset, and we weren't disappointed. The sun sets to the right of Sunset da Mona Lisa, behind the desert, and in the moments just before the sun disappears, the servers come out with a huge gong and conch-shell horns to "announce" the setting of the sun. The type of Prosecco was not available, and our server Eduardo recommended another bottle -- we were not disappointed. We ordered the fried seafood and vegetable appetizers, which were served in a tempura-style batter with a house-made mayo. Both of us had the steak -- usually, it's cooked at your table on a volcanic rock, but the evening we went was breezy, so it was prepared in the kitchen. It was delicious. For dessert, we shared a chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream, and were then treated with a complimentary dessert of house-made strawberry-and-sea-salt marshmallows, vanilla cookies, and two shots of chocolate liqueur. I would also add that given how breezy it was, it got chilly once the sun went down. The servers offered each outside diner a soft Mexican blanket to wrap up in -- what a thoughtful touch! I can't wait to go back with my sweetie.
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