We dined here on Sunday evening, and it was such tasty food that we had to return the very next evening. Tucked into a busy downtown storefront close to historic Rt. 66, this place is easy to overlook. Don't! The manager is a former museum curator, and the decor shows it. Lots of art. Service, from Tim and Elle Gemma, was exceptional...as was the Latin food. Definitely not Tex-Mex. First night we shared their delicious Tortilla Soup and Peruvian Fish Stew with Lemon Aioli Crostini. It was very lip-smacking and loaded with fresh fish and shellfish. The next night was a flavorful Roasted Red Pepper and Mushroom Bisque which accompanied the Green Chili Braised Chicken served over Poblano Cheddar Grits and Orange Agave Roasted Brussel Sprouts. This dish is unique, great and it is all nestled in a super-tasty broth; it is more like a stew...to be eaten with a spoon. Yum!