They have the best sangria around—especially the red wine sangria that is muddled with fruit and served in a large pitcher, it's outstanding!
AAA Inspector Notes
The main dining room is reminiscent of an outdoor Spanish-style courtyard with its stucco walls, arched entrances, ironwork gates and trim and two-story fountain wall. The traditional Spanish menu consists mainly of chicken, steak, seafood and fish that is bought from local fisherman. Try one of the great mariscadas: shellfish combinations consisting of lobster, clams, mussels, shrimp and scallops cooked with a choice of sauce. Attentive servers are professionally dressed and typically serve guest's directly at the table from large cooking pans.