Our family found this restaurant on line while searching for a place to order a paella, takeout, for our group of 15+ the day after Thanksgiving. I don't think they were used to having a stranger walk in and ask for that much paella, this is a very small and obviously a hit amongst neighbors and unknown to the surrounding areas. There were some issues with the order, entirely logistics, and in the end we had a huge dinner of fresh seafood and chicken paella and a simple green salad loaded with avocados. So much so that we had only touched half of what we purchased at the end of dinner and we were all happily stuffed. Could have had a bit more seafood for the cost but also it is understandable that market costs were high. When we returned Friday evening to pick up the food it was alive with music; I wanted to grab the cousins and siblings and head back over after dinner in the hopes of some dancing! Very authentic & delicious, can't wait to be back in the area and eat at the restaurant to try their seafood soup and calamari!
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