We had lunch here one day, on the patio, and really enjoyed the menu, food and service. We went back for Happy Hour the next day. This restaurant has the quirky, not quite finished retro feel to it, staffed by young edgy people, and the place was packed both times. I had the carne asada and fish tacos for lunch (you buy each taco separately- I liked that!), my husband had a burger and we both liked the food. For happy hour we had the roasted corn and a quesadilla, and the house margaritas. All very good!
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