The atmosphere here when the sun shines in through the curtains is a lime-y green, somewhat reminiscent of tropical climes. It is in a house, so has a bit of a slower feel to it. The service certainly was that--and could have benefited from a bit more speed to it.
I ordered enchiladas and there were good. Nothing really stood out about this place other than the fact that it was friendly, unique atmosphere, not filled with pseudo-tourist Mexican kitsch, and also has a patio that would be nice in late spring/summer/fall.
I've only been once, but might return to take out of town guests there who like a quieter sort of setting. Next Mexican food restaurant to try for me would be Brody's.
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