We stopped here thinking it was a traditional wine bar but were pleasantly surprised with the food and the service. We shared the avocado and shrimp appetizer and it was delicious. Was a little curious how avocado could be " fried" , but the light breading and delicious filling was amazing. I chose the fish tacos and there was more than I could eat. It had two HUGE pieces of tilapia which were slightly blackened with guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo along with delicious cilantro rice. My husband, who is not a fan of Mexican food, could not stop raving about the chimichanga. I forgot to mention the excellent chips and salsa that came with the meal. Could not decide which one I liked best. Didn't expect Mexican for our anniversary dinner, but it was a pleasant surprise. We will definitely be back.