The restaurant has a downstairs sushi style bar and compact dining area while the upstairs is a tequila bar and eating area. Our group of four had appetizers of guacamola and cooked peppers. The guacamole was excellent as were the home made chips, however the guacamole quantity was a bit light. The peppers were awesome.... mostly mild with an occasional surprise of heat... cooked in oil, garlic, and sea salt. For main course we had Crispy Pork Carnitas, Scallops, and Argentinean Style Flank Steak. All was very good, served hot, and came out promptly. Drinkwise we had Mojitos... just right. our server Heather did a nice job of answering questions and when she didn't know the answer didn't try to bluff. The only reason I didn't give this established restaurant a "5" was the noise level was higher than I liked as all the surfaces are hard. That didn't seem to bother other people though. The diners downstairs ran from families with very small children to people in their 70's. Upstairs in the Tequile Bar the crowd was 30 somethings.
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