Spur of the moment cravings for margaritas on a Saturday late afternoon brought us here so we figured we'd have an early supper (4:00 pm) and try out their food. We were directed to the only remaining single high-top table in corner, one of three or four. Other seating is 2 long picnic tables and a few seats at kitchen counter. The place was nearly full when we arrived and had people waiting for seats within a half hour.
Appetizer of guacamole & salsa had some of the best guacamole I've ever had: nice chunks of avocado, lots of lime flavor. House salsa was incredibly boring, finely minced; really expected more. Thick, crispy chips were good; a different take on the very thin tortilla chips you often get these days.
My companion ordered two fish tacos (two, as opposed to one, on recommendation of server.) they were highly disappointing. Served open on small, soft tortilla, they were impossible to eat neatly and the fish was very "fishy". The side of rice & beans, however, was SO good. I, fortunately, had ordered a rice & bean bowl with grilled portobellos. The favors were just amazing; the rice was cooked to perfection and the mushrooms, cilantro, etc., made me want to lick the bowl.
The House margaritas were surprisingly good. The mix they use is not at all sweet like so many; made us hunger to be in Key West where we taste similar versions.
Service was excellent, with any available staff member bringing out things as they're ready. Would've been a very reasonable meal without the liquor (no Happy Hour pricing on Saturday); rice bowl was $7.95, our three drinks were $24.
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