Mar 13, 2021
The moment you enter the building and begin to see the signs, hear the music-you feel as if you’ve traveled to a speakeasy or old-time club. Once you reach the top of the stairs, the ambiance not only continues, but improves with the addition of lovely views from tables in or outside the restaurant. It was about dusk when we arrived and were seated on the rooftop patio which offered fire pit tables, high tops, and tables for 2-3.
The staff, even those who were not necessarily working with our table, were observant, and prompt, yet did not risk impeccable service with their attention to serving us quickly. We were able to request slight changes to accommodate our party’s dietary restrictions with no hesitation. The food. The food was delicious. We chose to eat from the Small Plates menu to get a larger selection, and this did not disappoint or break the bank. Throughout the evening we enjoyed Chicken, and beef empanadas (heavenly), Shrimp Ceviche (full of flavor) with plantain chips, Chili Con Queso with the same scrumptious plantains, and a modified Ropa Vieja with creamy rice and black beans.
We sipped on Passionfruit Mules and Mojitos, and Playa Sucia-dangerously delicious and refreshing-while a light breeze made its way through downtown.
We’ve already began making plans to return!