Beautiful Día de Los Muertos decor year round, fun loud music, indoor seating and well-heated outdoor patio seating, plentiful margherita offerings, and a wide selection of house made salsas. Vegan options include vegan cheese, vegan sour cream, vegan chicken, vegan steak strips, and vegan al pastor. The beans and rice are always vegan. I recommend ordering a side of refried beans to dip your chips in (ask for no cheese or vegan cheese if you want to veganize it) - it's the perfect warm dip! They have good coffee too. Special brunch menu on Sundays - don't sleep on the Enfrijoladas!
My favorite drink is the pomegranate margherita as a non-alcoholic version.
I walked up here on a rainy day- they made one fantastic shrimp burrito.
Kid-friendliness: Kid seats- not sure about the changing tables.
Wheelchair accessibility: There is a ramp from the street.
It's nice because it's available, open late and can seat large groups.
The food is alright? Black olives in a taco is real weird
Great food. Wonderful evening on the patio.
Solid Mexican joint. Great GF options, prompt seating, good food, and thoughtful plating.
I really like their vegan steak tortas!
I’ve gone late at night to sit at the bar with a girlfriend and have a drink at the end of a long week. I’ve gone at dinner time with family to enjoy a really delicious and filling meal when we didn’t feel like cooking. The prices are reasonable at $15 a burrito and three dollars for chips and delicious salsa. The dips are fantastic and filling. If you don’t believe me try the queso dip, and the black bean dip. The nachos are an outstanding option here, and seemingly irresistible: it’s impossible for people not to reach over and enjoy it with you. If you don’t, normally, I would highly recommend you try having a burrito wet. Ask for both green and red sauce is. The fish burrito is excellent and comes with a white cheese sauce akin to the queso. And when, in doubt order the scratch margarita. But if you can handle some heat, the jalapeño margaritas, my favorite.
Wheelchair accessibility: Has ramp access
I was shocked that the lady slammed down my horchata and let out a huge sigh when I asked her if there was a table inside! There was only outside seating, I was waiting for a friend and it was cold. When I saw people leave I asked and it peeved her. The food was mediocre at best, 16.50 for three "shrimp" tacos, each came on one large corn tortilla and had more lettace than anyt salad I've seen in my life. $6 for chips and salsa?! That's against the law. Won't be back.