A bar runs the length of the restaurant and alcohol is glorified more than the food. The food prices are a little steep, too.
I had a shrimp cocktail for $14 and it was okay, not great...watery. My wife had a veggie burrito, which she like but it was skimpy.
All the customers were gringos, usually not a good sign for great Mexican food. The service was very good but we will stick with El Companario.
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