Brimming with festive art and decorative tile, this boisterous new eatery is packing in the crowds. The rooms are designed to make the place feel cozy, even though it is has two large floors and a walled-in patio. The staff have been well trained and made excellent suggestions from the large menu, starting with the house margarita and a layered dip; the blend of beans, beef, guacamole, pico de gallo, and melted cheese was seasoned beautifully and could have served as our entire meal. We followed it with the fried avocado, its lightly breaded crust embracing a soft, warm center.
Cuisine: Mexican & Tex-Mex