Very different kind of Mexican place. A little more upscale. The menu is limited, but the entrees were very tasty. Our party had three separate dishes and every one was delicious. Carnitas, charred poblano, and enchiladas. The atmosphere is nice and the service good. We were disappointed with the ceviche and the idea of paying for chips and salsa. Although we didn't sample them on this visit, they have a nice collection of tequilas.
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