A posey restaurant in a pleasant courtyard in a historic building. The menu has a long insert explaining "chile en nogada" this month. Would benefit from more attention to consistently careful food preparation and less to flashy display. Mole negro tasted scorched, pork center was raw in mole blanco entree, overpowering mint made sangria blanco taste like mouthwash. Doesn't live up to the hype.
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