It felt like we were dining in Mexico from the moment we walked in. Even the host and server greeted us in Spanish. We shared the Shrimp Ceviche and Cheese Dip to start. Ceviche was fresh but the Cheese Dip wasn't too exciting, even for cheese lovers like us. For dinner we had Chicken Quesadillas and Vegan Enchilladas. Both very tasty and a lot of food! The refried beans they came with were really good too. We drank a couple pitchers of sangria which can be very expensive unless you go on a Thursday when sangria's on special. The only downfall to Milagro was the service. Our server was nice and all but sooooooo slow. We were waiting for our bill, table cleared and drinks empty, for at least 20 minutes before he clued in and brought it over. Also, our main dishes came our when were not even halfway through our appetizers. I'd go back to Milagro and maybe try the one on Mercer just to compare.
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