Right across the street from BRIC on Fulton Street, this Mexican spot serves brunch, dinner, and Happy Hour specials on its expanded outdoor patio. It’s the kind of place you’ll want to go for a margarita on Monday, tacos on Tuesday, and maybe a pork torta on whatever other day of the week you don’t feel like cooking. Be sure to check out their Instagram for more information on events like their weekly tiki cocktail night.
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