I've been to this restaurant many times, most recently twice this summer. It's reliably good, with vibrant food and great margarita drinks. I like to sit outside if possible, as the bar can get noisy. The food is varied and healthier than at many Mexican places. I vouch for the various seafood dishes, plus the chicken fajitas. Portions big enough. They bring around wonderful little plates of seasonings and relishes. Eat her eand then take a walk across the nearby bridge over the Esopus
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