The decor of the establishment and the name promised a great meal. They did not deliver. It appears to be a family owned/run establishment - but sometimes your daughter doesn't make the best hostess :( The place is "off" from the minute you walk in - there is no where to stand while you wait and the spray bottle for cleaning off the tables is behind that "no where" you are trying to stand in. So you already feel like an inconvenience. Our hostess did not make eye-contact and spoke in a mumble - but we figured out we were supposed to follow her. The menu had great sounding items - but you have to ORDER chips and salsa. Now two things about that: 1. Most Mexican restaurants provide complimentary chips and salsa - but I get that in a beach community young tourists might abuse that. OK. 2. Salsa - this is a biggie! Now I realize that "salsa" literally just means sauce - but in most of the U.S. salsa means a primarily saucy, spicy dip for tortilla chips...it is not pico de gallo. Their salsa is in fact pico de gallo - chunks of tomato, onion, etc. Pico de gallo does not play well with chips - it falls off, it breaks the chips and it is not salsa. I won't bore you with the details of our bland, un-Mexican entrees. The "salsa" says it all.
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