Found this place after returning on a Sunday from wine tasting in Sonoma county. We enjoyed the casual "vibe" and our waitress Amparo was wonderful. We spoke both Spanish and English and we all understood each other. I mistakenly ordered the chili verde versus the chili verde burrito, and the CV was the best that I had eaten in a long time. The mole de qaxaca was different and not what we had expected from other Mexican restaurants. The carnita chimichanga was great as were the tres tacos de lengua (tongue).
We didn't take part in the tequilla bar, but found the Mexican artifacts, art along with the color and motif just splendid. We will put this on our list to visit when we return with other friends on our wine tasting jaunts.
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