I followed Yelpers' advice and had the pork belly tacos with jalapeno glaze, local pork, and homemade tortillas. I was not disappointed. The meat was perfectly prepared, extremely flavorful, and the sweetness of the jalapeno glaze was fantastic. Great little corn tortillas, and excellent pinto beans. My husband had fresh, sustainably harvested breaded catfish which was, again, perfectly cooked (although he found the sauce a little bland). The atmosphere is superb for drinks or dinner, with exposed brick walls, art, and excellent lighting.
I'm docking a star for wine sneakiness: I did not notice that the menu had three prices for certain wines. I only saw the cheaper price on the left (which I assumed was for a glass), and the expensive price on the right (which I assumed was for a bottle). Actually, the price on the left is for a 3oz pour, and the middle price is for a regular glass. OK, so it's up to me to read the menu correctly. However, since the wine I chose was being substituted with another, I asked the waiter if the substituted wine "would be the same price, $5.75 per glass". He said, "yes". My husband and I each ordered a glass. When we got the check, we saw that the wine (a mediocre malbec) was actually over ten bucks a glass--more than my pork belly tacos. When I asked the waiter to fix the "mistake" on the bill, he was very polite but we still had to pay. I felt that the waiter misled us, and the price for wine was disproportionately high compared to the price for food. Other than the wine scam, the service was excellent. I'd go back for the food...I just won't order wine. They do advertise a $3 margarita happy hour with $2 tacos. THAT sounds like a good deal.