We're regulars, and enjoy the warm greeting and great service almost weekly. The food is tasty, predictable Central American cuisine, generously portioned and quickly served. The fajitas are a particularly good deal, well-seasoned and served with great sides; have the flour tortillas. Though the noise level can be high, it gives the restaurant a buzz with all age ranges, Spanish as well as English spoken, and a rustic feel to the extent Washington's Adams Morgan neighborhood allows. It's open late but even in the middle of the evening there's never a wait, unlike at some of the other fun restaurants nearby. Sit in the second room, which is a bit less bustling but still a place where tables for two, four and 10 all coexist well to create a fun evening. We stick to margaritas, which are particularly pleasant.
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