My family returned to Granada for one night and we knew right away we'd be returning to Imagine for our one dinner. Kevin wasn't there this time, so the atmosphere and overall vibe was not as special as last time. The live music was setting up, so I'm sure it would have picked up later on. It is challenging to eat here with small children and a large group, as there are only about five tables and no kids meal options. Getting past those things, the rest of the night was great. The food is as expensive as other reviews mentioned, but Granada is not poverty-stricken. There are some nice restaurants, and the prices are accordingly higher than some other options in town. We did the Mafia Chicken and a few other dishes, and we loved everything. The portions aren't huge, but Americans are accustomed to too-large portions. We still ended up sharing each meal with a child. I'll probably go back again next year!
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