We had a nice slow (our choice) lunch on their patio.
They have clever sculptures around in the luxuriant greenery, a tiny bridge and waterfall - lots of nice features there. Food was very good. I ordered something that involved avocado, my husband had his first Cubano sandwich, and there was draft beer. Then we got churros with caramel and mexican chocolate sauce. It was too much food of course but we enjoyed every morsel. I suspect the place is lively, perhaps even raucous, in the evenings but for a mid afternoon lunch for geezers it was a great choice.
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