Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Generous portions, great service (June is the best), and good food all inside a converted 1920s Spanish house. You and your pooch can also dine al fresco on their patio. For dinner, I recommend the stuffed avocado rolls, the Empanaldo del Mar (seafood in parchment) and the seafood stuffed pasilla pepper. Their burgers aren't half bad either. Long lines on the weekends for breakfast. We typically go for dinner on Friday evenings and have never had to wait for a table. Really great local spot!
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