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Friday, August 27, 2010


The first time I visited this place was for a coworker's birthday last year, right after they opened.

As you can see from the photos, it is pretty dimly lit on the inside for happy hours. This was a "hang out with coworkers" type event again for me, and it turned out to be way better than the coworker birthday event was. The first time I was here the food was too greasy and the service was really slow.

However, this time around everything was pretty good. I ordered the red sangria (delicious and whoa did it pack a punch!) and the chicken fajitas. I don't know what Dave got because he placed his order after I'd had one glass of sangria so my memory retention wasn't all that great.

Anyway, the only complaint I have about the food is not enough tortillas. You never get enough with fajitas no matter where you go, just like when you order mooshu anything at any Chinese restaurant. They had you this wonderful pile of fillings and then like, 3 pancakes.

So, am I supposed to fill-to-spilling these tortillas? How do they eat these in their native country? I'm confused.

Anyway, the chicken was grilled, wonderfully seasoned and moist. The toppings were fab. House sour cream (I think it had cilantro in it) pico de gallo, rice, spicy black beans, lettuce. YUM.

I give it 4 noms. They didn't skimp on the booze, and my food was hot, fresh and not greasy!

Dave's 2Cents:

As always, I am a big fan of the exposed brick and rustic flooring and timbers. I was surprised that with just 2 people working the front they were able to take care of a group of 40 of us.

I had nachos and salsa as an app, and some tasty beef sandwich on a flat bread. (No idea what is was called, sorry.)

It was overall a nice place inside, unfortunately, it resides on the border of Little Italy and a ghetto. (quite literally, the next block is projects).

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