Great tacos, but small portions for the price.
Disappointed here: slow service: food came before drinks, our water ran out a couple times. Dishes are tiny. Overall would not return.
The BEST brunch!
Good margaritas but a bit expensive.
Great for groups - make your reservation on open table and then indulge in tequila and sangria pairings, ceviche and tacos.
Great happy hour with drinks and food until 7
Try a house margarita
food is pretty good - solid higher-cost Mexican food but nothing mind blowing. but the space is gorgeous. bring a date. they take reservations.
Must try the Michelada Cubana 🍹💥💃
Guacamole and tostadas de ceviche are super good! My favorite drink is one that is spicy called "panthers rosa" and the queso fundido (melted cheese) awe like in Mexico!
Great happy hour menu but the service was a tad slow. Great margaritas!
Margs on margs
Cheese lovers should deep into any of the queso fundidos. Pork lovers order the specialty pork dish. Was not thrilled with the tamarindo margaritas like everyone else seems to be.
Sauces are delicious. Mmmh~
Octopus tacos are amazing! Be warned - the spicy margarita is really spicy!!
Great Margaritas, Tacos, and guacamole
delicious food but extremely small portions for the price
One of the best Mexican spots downtown. Get a spicy margarita and share a bunch of tacos with the table. The Carnitas Campechanas is also pretty great.
Cute, quiet brunch with micheladas, reclaimed wood decor, mexican ceramics, and eclectic mismatched chairs
Tacos campechanos - crumbled chorizo, cecina, chicharrones. Wish it would've come with an onion-cilantro topping to freshen it up, but tasty nonetheless.
Pozole rojo is a spicy cure for whatever ails you
Order the tacos de costilla (short rib tacos) & The margarita de Jamaica (hibiscus margarita)
Good date spot, tacos are spot on.
☺️ those Octopus Tacos! Wow! So delicious and delicate, marinated perfectly. Paired in a trio with grilled Sable fish, & chili prawns. Thanks for the seafood tacos & strong margaritas.
Everything here tastes good, but the overload of cheese & grease always leaves me feeling ill. A shame, but it keeps me away. Prefer my mex a little less heavy. Cocktails still tempting, recommended.
While the ceviche and tacos are amazing, the brunch drinks are just okay.!
First time, and last time. Is not a 2 $$ restaurant. 💔 @crcasas
Go for the guacamole and margaritas
Didn't try the food but the awesome bartender, Carlos, stood out! Made me a sassy drink with called "Lots of Love" ;) The bar is a good place if you just want to chill and talk.
Fantastic vibe here. The food is a tiny bit unique. It's out of place in the neighborhood but the food fits perfectly with the decor. Probably a little pricier than needed but I like it.
Good service, pricey Margs.
Arhat it's yes
Get a margarita
Great happy hour menu here!
Their Michelada Cubana is ON POINT.
While the food was solid Mexican fare, I was disappointed by the overall value here. The actual portions given are small relative to how much you're paying, and the margaritas are only average.
Good food, but small portions and that bill gon' add up quick.
Step 1: Pick anything. Step 2: Connect food to face. Step 3: ? ? ? Step 4: Profit
Expensive but really good steak burritos!
Try all the salsas!
Get a burrito
Bring a bunch of friends to split the guacamole, enjoy some margaritas and enjoy the rustic small plate offerings. Pay with Cover to easily split the check and dine without waiting for the bill.
Great Mexican food, chilaquiles and fresh Mexican water!!
Sit in the back by the kitchen. They made their own homemade tortillas. Feels like east L.A.!
There are just three of us and this was plenty of food without feeling stuffed. While all the food was good, the fish and seafood dishes were our favorite. also had some margaritas and beer.
The most authentic Mexican tacos I've had in the city however be wary of the chicken enmoladas...they have a weird licorice flavor that most Mexicans aren't used to.
Catch the happy hour to save a big bundle.
The torta de huevo beats regular ol' brunch any day. Scrambled egg with chorizo, avocado, cheese, and black bean purée on brioche.
Fancier but approachable Mexican with great homemade tortillas and clean, thoughtful flavors.