Macario's feels more like a real Mexican restaurant than others. It's less polished and more relaxed. It's got character and music that adds to dinner rather than detract. To start, the tortilla chips tasted like they had just been made and the salsa had flavor and a little kick. I had the pescado a la Veracruzana, firm white fish (pollock) in peppers and tomatoes (watch out for the small yellow peppers). My wife had the carne asada. Both very good.
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