Excellent food, excellent service. Tapas type portions are perfect for sampling a wide variety of chef prepared dishes.
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Small restaurant with minimalist and ample decor, atmosphere, and service. Wife and I both enjoyed tostadas best. She had the ribeye while i had the tuna. The avocado ice cream was not available leaving only one selection for dessert.
We only live a few blocks away from this place, so we stopped in for drinks and a hearty serving of oven-roasted vegetables one evening. It made a terrific meal especially since there the serving of vegetables was large and the margaritas made with mezcal...More
La Mezcaleria is a small and intimate restaurant that several friends had recommended. We had a delicious dinner made up of delicious small plates/tapas. The stars were the steak, shrimp, grilled vegetables and the avocado ice cream. We recommend.
Their drinks are a highlight - loved the yummy cucumber and cilantro margarita with chilli salt rim, that tasted unlike any margarita I've ever had - it was much more sophisticated. I had the shrimp served on a bed of roasted tomatoes, but really the...More
We were super excited to find this place. The restrooms were fairly clean, as was the dining area. Service was friendly and proficient. The menu was short and had few options. We tried all of the Margarita flavors, ceviches, octopus, snacking platter and nothing was...More
Been there a couple of times, love the small but great menu, fresh flavors and conscious kitchen! The Mezcal Margarita is amazing! as well as the avocado ice cream!
This is must see place. It is a wonderful bar and restaurant combined. My partner has never druken Mezcal in her entire life. She had a few margaritas --- but very unigue, 1st she tried a cucumber and cilantro margarita. Totally refreshing. 2nd was chili...More
We are retired chefs and now living in SMA. We' ve tried several high end restaurants and on a whim went one night and were completely! blown away by the flavors of our meals. We shared a ceviche tostada, the arrachera tostada, the giant shrimp...More