We enjoyed coming here here for a little pre-theater dinner, some of the best Mexican I have had in awhile. They have a nice array of margaritas and cocktails, all with fresh ingredients, avoiding your standard sweet and sour. I really enjoyed the pina por la nina, a pineapple concoction that brought the fruit forward. Slightly dangerous. I alao had an amazing shrimp suit and the carnitas were fantastic. The hangar steak carne asada was a treat, given the nice cut of meat, though not as spectacular all the rest. They provide chips, but not salsa for the table, my only major critique for a restaurant that otherwise meets a tasty Mexican experience.
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