Cucumber Margarita: good, but not $11 good
Passion Fruit Mojito: Really good
|They also have a great draft beer selection.|
Chorizo de la Casa Taco - ground chorizo, a perfect sunny side up egg, potatoes and chipotle mayo on a corn tortilla, served with pork charro beans - $6.50 - very nice
|Mexican Espresso Martini - El Tesoro Anejo, Espresso Liqueur, RumChata, and Chocolate Bitters - $12: Strong, cinnamony, fund with the churros.|
Burro Churros - $5: Tasty but neither the churros not the chocolate sauce are as good as at Toro
I bet their brunch (Saturday 11-3, Sunday 10-3) is fun.
Here's the thing. The menu is super fun, the food is pretty good, and the drink menu is great, but it's expensive, crowded, dark and loud, and the food isn't quite as delicious as the menu. Also, order your dishes one, maybe two at a time because otherwise it'll all come it at once and you won't be able to manage all of it on your tiny table. The waiters are all rushed and that annoying kind of 26-year-old diva server.. oh I dunno, the point is it's not relaxing. I want one dish at a time and I don't want to feel like we need to hurry out because they need our table. It's foodie-mex and it feels like a restaurant that's more about tricking people into paying too much for cute sounding food than it is about passionate chefs who want to create a really nice dining experience and share their love of food.