Hacienda-style arches, brick ceilings and saltillo tile marries with rustic weathered leather and scraped wood floors to provide a visual feast that you won't promptly desire to leave. Despite the name, the menu has a pan-Latin influence but the flavors are mild all around. Tacos and enchiladas are elevated with fillings like red snapper and lump crab while house-made moles complement the Chilean sea bass entrée. The stunning bar area and street side patio are perfect places for the likely wait. Kitchen open late on Friday and Saturday nights.
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