The quaint atmosphere and casual feel of the restaurant doesn't match the vibrant and unique flavors of Raul's cuisine. Lunch, dinner or brunch, enjoy his freshly prepared dishes including tamales, tacos and our all time favorite, carne en suiego. Make room for homemade chips and salsas (both red and green). Currently it's BYOB - but by August they should have sangria, wine and beer.
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