This is a fun, reasonably priced, restaurant with unusual design pizzazz and good food. It's not Mexican exactly; it's something (normal) for everyone with Latin American influences. The first thing you notice is the design -- a huge tubular jellyfish enclosure (that the website bills as the largest private such exhibit) rises two stories smack in the middle of the restaurant. Bubble walls are in another part; in the restroom you wash your hands while standing on gel pad circles whose designs change under your feet (if you have too many margaritas this would really freak you out). Speaking of margaritas, the top shelf was excellent as were the mango mojitos. We had fun ordering a flight of 5 interesting salsas ($3.50) to go along with the regular salsa and black bean dip that come with the free tortilla chips. Chunky guacamole was yummy too. We loved the fat beef brisket tacos; I got two of them in a combo plate with crispy chicken, so I'm not sure if the three sauces that came with it were for the chicken or tacos but I enjoyed dipping both. I was disappointed that the crispy chicken was more like regular old chicken tenders that a kid would order than fried chicken (this is the South is it not?). Fajitas had plentiful ingredients. The buffalo chicken tacos were gleefully wolfed down. (Yes, the regular old US American influences here are as prevalent as Latin American; a cheeseburger is on the menu). Flan was lovely, and we shared two yummy gelatos. Our bill for 4 before tip but including alcohol was $100. Service was just fine; we called ahead before we left and we were seated quickly (on a Wednesday) when we arrived at 7:30. No regular reservations are taken. All in all, crowd-pleasing food and drink in a Manhattan-esque atmosphere.
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