The nachos looked amazing, but I opted for the authentic chicken " hangover " soup. It reminded me of vacations to Mexico. Next I had an overstuf't chimichanga w/ shredded beef. I ate the whole thing and washed in down with 2 primo margaritas . I wanted to support Seaside Heights after 2 devastating blows- superstorm sandy and great fire. The boardwalk was hopping, the smells reminded me of my younger years. We sat on the balcony overlooking all the people and the ocean. Excellent service .
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