First, an inn that once was a bordelo and later served as a pseudo-convent has character for days. The staff is fantastic, the food is great, but the place does not take itself too seriously. They have outdoor and indoor dining but the weather is so nice one should eat outside if at all possible. Start with the martinis. We ate at this restuarant twice and made it our mission to try as many as possible. We enjoyed them all. Particularly good is the 315 E (three fifteenini) and the Martinez. Neither is to be missed. The duck confit was not available on either night we went, much to our chagrin, but the tapas are really good. The presentation of the fish taco is sort of odd, but the flank steak and tuna are sublime, as are the crab cakes. On the entree side, try the chicken. It, too, is memorable.
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