On first view it mostly looks like a wine bar but the food, although a pretty simple menu is really well done. There isn't a lot of seating inside with most of it being at the bar. Plenty of seating outside though. The menu is a combination of mexican and italian inspired dishes which sounds like a slightly odd combo but it works. We started with some great bruschetta and I had the antipasto pizza. They use flatbread which makes them super thin and crispy which is exactly the way I like them, if you prefer some of the big tick doughy bases that some places do then it's not the place for you. My son had the spicy mexican burrito bowl and wife had chicken enchilada both of which were great. Has an excellent, extensive and reasonably priced wine list too so great just for a drink and snacks.
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